Not every outlaw is a ragged maniac out for blood — imagine instead the roguish sophisticate that can converse just as well as rob the next bank. That is the idea behind this 1963 Porsche 356B — the outlaw is as much an aura rather than explicitly stated. Wearing black over a dark green interior, this 356B features period-correct upgrades for a spirited drive that compliments the original rather than trying to remake it. Willhoit Restorations performed the bulk of the suspension and bodywork, with Air Power building the 130 horsepower 1925cc engine and Rancho Transmissions providing the four-speed transaxle. Factory 356C disc brakes and the art deco nose trim and gauges from a 356 GT were added. Subtle enough to demand attention, this a 356 outlaw that could have came off the Porsche line in 1963.