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Say hello to the stunning Emory Outlaw 911K

Emory’s first ever fully-custom 911 is a little bit special

You may remember Emory Motorsports from their incredible takes on the Porsche 356. Our particular favourites have been the ‘AllRad’ – a crazy 356C with an all-wheel-drive 911 chassis underneath – and the bonkers RSR, which weighed 900kg and produced 400bhp.

Now though, Emory has produced its first ever fully-custom 911.

As you may have noticed, Emory doesn’t concern itself with complete historical accuracy – so its first attempt at the most iconic Porsche is known as the Outlaw 911K.

The base for the Outlaw was a 1968 SWB 911, but the engine is actually a later 2.5-litre twin-plug with the flat cooling fan from a 935. It produces a modest 190bhp, but weight will be kept to a minimum, and with fully adjustable KW shocks and the brakes from a 911 S it should be a hoot to drive. Emory says that every aspect has been designed for agility.

Check out that awesome livery too. Retro motorsport fans will recognise the ivory and orange combo from the iconic Porsche 908 ‘Short-Tail’ endurance racer from the 1960s. Plus, you’ll have noticed the hand-painted Mobil Pegasus – we want that on our own cars.

The special touches don’t stop there either. At the front there are those rally style spotlights and air horns, whilst inside there’s a gorgeous wooden Momo gear knob. It really is stunning.

There’s no word on price because the 911K has been specifically built for one very special Emory customer. However, we’d wager that if your cheque has enough zeros you might just be able to convince them to build a second. Go on, you know you want to…

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