Inspired by the legendary 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR, Porsche 356 specialist Rod Emory imagined in cooperation with Italian automotive accessory brand Momo the ultimate 356, the Momo 356 RSR Outlaw. This eye-catching ride started as a 1960 356B coupe barn-find mated to a 1990 964 chassis, powered by a 2.4-liter “Outlaw-4” twin-turbocharged engine developed with Rothsport. The concept made its public debut last year at Rennsport Reunion VI at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.
The body got a total makeover, the rear has been heavily modified to show off the turbos. To complete the exterior, a set of extremely cool five-spoke Momo wheels with original 911 RSR centerlock hubs are fitted with Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires top off the exterior of the car.
“It was not built to accommodate everybody’s taste, shared Rod Emory. “So obviously there are some out there that think I took it too far. “ I’m sure you either love it or you hate it.
The RSR’s interior features custom-built seats trimmed in fire-proof red cloth, fiberglass dash caps, and MOMO peripherals.
Watch Hoonigan’s video below dissecting Rod Emory’s Custom Built Porsche 356 RSR.
Photos: Drew Philips / Courtesy of Emory Motorsports