Last year, Emory revealed its groundbreaking 1960 Porsche 356 RSR Outlaw. The car’s distinct body style and cutting-edge components made it an instant hit among the German automotive manufacturer’s most time-honored aficionados, and after spending the vast portion of its life traveling to shows and meets, it’s finally heading to the auction block.
For those of you who are seeing this magnificent build for the first time, here’s a refresher. The 1960 356B T5 coupe that you see here has been joined with another of Porsche’s wondrous vehicles — a 1990 964 C2 — to create one of the most unique models in the industry. After spending countless hours crafting, mending, and adjoining the platforms, the 356 RSR was adorned in hand-shaped aluminum bodywork, stainless steel components, plexiglass, and 911-inspired rocker panels. Since the project was built in collaboration with MOMO, the car’s interior has been inundated with high-profile parts from its catalog, including a branded steering component, shifter, bucket seats, and pedals. Outside, MOMO’s shadowy five-spoke wheels provide the perfect foundation for a set of grippy Pirelli P Zero tires, helping to transfer power from the RSR’s 393HP Emory-Rothsport Outlaw-4 engine to the blacktop. Now, the car is slated for sale at RM Sotheby’s upcoming Monterey auction in August.
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