Emory Motorsports built this fully customised Porsche 911K with every aspect tailored towards agility while retaining the appearance of Porsche competition vehicles of the 1960s. This one-off is dubbed the Emory Outlaw 911K and features a unique combination of parts and a sleek bullet-shaped body to produce the perfect track and rally weapon.
Before customisation, this 1968 Porsche 908 was one of the first closed-cockpit prototype cars. It is also believed to be one of only five that still exists, and was also one of the five that initially received the short-tail (“Kurzheck”) bodywork.
Distinct Motorsport cues include an amber fibreglass dash cap, Porsche Light Ivory paint with a signal-yellow accent and hand-painted Mobil Pegasus for an authentic touch.
The air horns and auxiliary lights define the car’s rally stance from the front. Other body modifications include mesh intake guards, a twin-grille decklid, R-style hinges and R-style bumpers.
Power for the Porsche 911K comes from a later model 2.5-litre twin-plug 911 engine. The hot-rodded six-cylinder powerplant produces 190 horsepower. Emory Motorsports upgraded the brakes with 911 S alloy calipers, custom rotors and hats. The grip is courtesy of the Pirelli CN36 tires on custom 908-inspired 5-spoke wheels by 1552 rotating on Porsche 935 Carrera centre lock hubs.
The interior offers 908-inspired front seats with fire-retardant Spanish Red Veltex covers and MOMO 5-point competition harnesses. The MOMO influence continues to the Prototipo steering wheel and shift knob for the 901 five-speed transmission. Other custom additions include the removable roll bar, lightweight door panels & pulls and leather window straps.
The Emory Outlaw 911K is the latest build from third-generation car customiser and world-renowned Porsche 356 expert Rod Emory who utilised his lifetime of automotive experience to develop this classic racer.
“The inspiration for this car comes from Porsche 908-010, a K-bodied sports prototype once piloted by Vic Elford,” said Rod. “The design cues and livery from that car lend themselves beautifully to this build.”
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