1967 Porsche 911S Emory Outlaw

The term Outlaw Porsche originated with Gary and Rod Emory and their Parts Obsolete shop in LA. Like nearly everything in car culture, the pair's hot-rodded Porsches took over Southern California and subsequently the world, inspiring everyone from Singer to Japan's RWB. The car here is a 1967 911S built by the Emorys in 1991 and was raced all over the West Coast before the current owner acquired it in 2022. The car sports a twin-plug 2.8-liter flat-six with Weber carbs, a five-speed transmission, fiberglass bodywork, and period-correct parts like a 911R exhaust system. The car is fully kitted for racing, with a rollbar and fire suppression system. Now up for auction, this 911 offers all the excitement of racing a vintage Porsche without all the worry of a high-value original.

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