Emory Motorsports combined two classics to create this automotive gem: the Porsche 356 RSR consists of the shell of a Porsche 356b T5 (1960) combined with the chassis of a Porsche 964 C2 (1990). Together, they form the ultimate car in an almost post-apocalyptic style.
It took seven years to make this car, but the result is impressive! Emory Motorsports describes the project as "a homage to the Porsche 935 from the seventies, but with the styling of the 356 Outlaw". The combination of parts from different cars already makes it special, but with the new parts and technologies, the car has really been transformed into an aluminium work of art. The Porsche has retained its iconic silhouette and consists of hand-shaped aluminium panels. The front and rear of the car can also simply be detached to reveal components such as the impressive twin-turbocharged 2.4-litre flat-four 393-HP engine. This gives the car an impressive power-to-weight ratio, as it only weighs about 884 kg and has a horsepower of 393.
“It is a homage to the Porsche 935 from the seventies but with the styling of the 356 Outlaw.”
The interior of the car is just as impressive. You'll find a retro MOMO steering wheel, cockpit seats, a gearshift inspired by one of the Porsche 917 and many other elements that celebrate Porsche's history. The whole car exudes exquisite craftsmanship is a true pearl among the iconic Porsche models.
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