In the middle of winter those who have free time and money usually prefer to go to the mountains to ski, but to do so it is necessary to use suitable vehicles and a Porsche 964 is not exact the best choice.

It would be more appropriate a Cayenne, but a customer of Emory Motorsport preferred instead to have his 964 converted into a 356 suitable for driving on low-grip roads.

Called 356 C4S Allrad, it maintains the original steel frame of the 964 but above it was mounted the bodywork of a 356 C from which all the chromed components were removed and a specially made luggage rack was added.

As an engine, an Emory-Rothsport Outlaw-4 four-cylinder 2.4 220 HP engine was installed, powered by four Weber 48 IDA carburettors, managed by a G64 manual gearbox and combined with all-wheel drive.

To better adapt to the new configuration, new steel rims have been fitted, a lighting system consisting of four front lights and new suspensions made specifically by KW Suspension.

The interior has also been updated with leather inserts, sports seats equipped with four-point seat belts, Momo Heritage steering wheel and Tilton pedals.

VERDICT

I like this very raw style applied to a Porsche 356, but what do you think?

Thank you to Valentina Zanola and Alessandro Renesis for the cooperation

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