The Porsche 356 is a revered platform that’s become one of the most iconic vehicles of all time, leading to its substantial and extensive refurbishment within the classic car sphere. Obviously, period-correct recreations aren’t the only projects that have taken place under the platform’s renowned name, with various examples — like this beautifully-envisioned 1963 Outlaw — taking the car in a more modified direction.
The 1963 Porsche 356 Outlaw that you see here was conceptualized and built by S Klub, a Los Angeles-based artist with a penchant for timeless design. As you might have already surmised, this unique chassis was outfitted for show purposes, resulting in its initial debut during the 2017 SEMA convention, and subsequent referral to outlets like Dub Magazine and Hoonigan. The attention it’s received is in good taste, however, focusing primarily on its intricate design, Type 4 engine, and bespoke, one-of-a-kind interior, which was handled by “one of the world’s finest upholstery shops,” located in Orange, California. Of course, this stands in tandem with the car’s handsome exterior, which has been finished in a Gloss Gray hue, outfitted with premium leather hood straps, and refined via a number of couture accents. If you’re wondering what it might be like to own this beautiful recreation, it’s your lucky day — it’s currently listed for sale on eBay, with a starting bid of $150,000.
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