Auction Block: 1959 Porsche 356A Emory Outlaw Coupe

Oct 16, 2019

Category: Rides

Few customizers even come close to the craftsmanship and overall quality of the builds produced by Emory Motorsports. In fact, even their older projects are still class-topping works of art. In fact, one such project — a 1959 Porsche 356A Emory Outlaw Coupe finished in 2012 — is headed to the auction block.

Originally commissioned by the person selling it now, the project was intended to be an interpretation of what Juan Carlos I of Spain might have special ordered from Ferry Porsche to tool around the countryside. And dare we say, Emory did that vision justice. The result is an exceptionally-clean Outlaw-style coupe with an Emory-Rothsport 2.4L flat-four engine, custom bodywork, Spinneybeck woven seat inserts, a functional sunroof, and more. It’s even recently gone through a tune-up and a repaint to get it back to like-new condition. Only a few days are left on the auction with a current bid of $301,000.

Purchase: $301,000+

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