The body of a 356. The running gear of a 1990 911 C4. Put them together and you have Emery Motorsports' latest creation. Built for a client who wanted a 356 that could get him to and from snowy ski resorts, the car was four years in the making. Its iconic bodywork was subtly widened to accommodate the 911's rear track, while the latter's wheelbase was shortened. A 2.4-L Emory-Rothsport "Outlaw-4" engine provides 200 hp and is paired to the C4's five-speed manual gearbox, while the whole thing rides on 16-inch black powder-coated wheels with Pirelli Ice Zero tires. Taken as a whole, it achieves the project's goal of creating a special Porsche that never existed, but should have.