Emory Motorsports specializes in creating Porsche 356's with performance that could only be dreamed of by the car's original engineers. This 1959 356A sunroof coupe is a bespoke build commissioned by the seller in 2013, and has had continual upgrades by Emory since. The biggest is a conversion from the original 185 horsepower pushrod flat-four to a 205 horsepower overhead cam four-cylinder 911 engine — no small bump in a flyweight like the 356. The suspension is Emory's custom 911-based design and a dry-sump oil system with remote cooler. The interior is pure vintage Porsche, with saddle leather and Spinneybeck inserts on the seats. Roadster-style door panels, square weave carpet, and four-point harnesses complete the vintage racer look. Possibly the best part about this Emory 356 is getting to skip the years-long waiting list for one, and getting to enjoy one of the best 356's immediately.