The Emory Porsche 356 RSR is a vehicle that is sure to delight design and automotive enthusiasts alike with a build that's truly one-of-a-kind. Built by Emory Motorsports in California, the vehicle started off with a 1960 Porsche 356B T5 coupe that was then integrated with the chassis of a Porsche 911 from a 964. The new bodywork on the vehicle includes a hand-formed aluminum section on the nose and tail, while the entire exterior is covered in a matte gray charcoal paint that gives the car a distinctly stealth aesthetic.
The Emory Porsche 356 RSR delivers up to 400 horsepower thanks to the twin-turbo 2.4 liter flat four engine that is visible in the partially open rear section.
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