This Emory-Built Porsche 356 Coupe Is An Immaculate Restomod From 1959

If there were ever a quintessential restomod outfit uncompromisingly devoted to Porsche, it would be Emory Motorsports. Like many, we’re consistently enamored by the beauty of each and every build, forever entranced by the brand’s recognizable “outlaw” style. Its most recent project — a 1959 Porsche 356 A Coupe for Scottsdale’s Eli Kogan — is no different.

The illustrious 1959 model that you see here is yet another refurbished model that adopts the outfit’s amazing bodywork. However, to give it a leg up on previous models, Emory has opted to include a set of modified B-pillars and 1960s-inspired rear access panels, allowing for easier access to its oil filter and cooler. Below its hood, a 2.6-liter, fuel-injected Emory-Rothsport Outlaw-4 engine makes its debut alongside the platform’s newly-applied custom billet camshafts, stainless steel headers, and crankshaft, bringing the modern classic to an attractive 260 horsepower. An independent rear suspension, four-piston disc brakes, and adjustable dampers add some performance-focused improvements to the list, complementing the car’s cleanly-applied half roll cage.

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