At one time, modifying a vintage Porsche to anything but its original glory would have been considered anathema to any Porsche enthusiast. But times and trends change, and in this case, they've changed for the better. The SC GT was Porsche's lightweight version of the 356, and only six were built, all sold in the US. Taking the American principle of hot rodding and applying it to German sports cars, this 1964 Porsche 356 SC GT isn't all original. The build started with a pair of 356 GT alloy doors and added in an SC shell from California. The Schlabaugh Brothers of Iowa took the parts down to bare metal and added a 356 sunroof clip, louvered rear apron, and engine cover. The front fuel tank sports a center-fill racing-style fuel door, and the interior is covered in beige leather with fawn inserts. A 1.8-liter 912-type flat four powers the car, with 15-inch Minilite wheels getting the power to the pavement. While it isn't a numbers-matching original, this "outlaw" 356 is a custom that perfectly captures the Porsche spirit.