Emory’s first ever fully-custom 911 is stunning
Many 911 enthusiasts love 911s that are not exactly made by Porsche, like the Singers and the RUFs. Now though there's a new kid on the block named 'Emory Motorsports'. Known mostly for its extremely wild Porsche 356, Emory has come up with its first ever fully-custom 911. It is the ultimate Urban outlaw and is called the 911K
Emory isn't concerned about the historical aspect like Singer., so don't be surprised by the name of its first car.
Based on the 1968 SWB 911, the engine is a 2.5-litre twin-plug with the flat cooling fan from a 935. Weight kept minimum and 190hp and with fully adjustable KW shocks and the brakes from a 911 S, the Outlaw 911K could be a gem to drive.
The Keen Retro Motorsport fans will quickly notice the ivory and orange combination from the iconic Porsche 908 ‘Short-Tail’ endurance racer from the 1960s. The hand-painted Mobil Pegasus is something that all of us want on our cars.
Emory says that every aspect of this car has been designed for agility. The special touches don't stop as the rally style spotlights, air horns, a gorgeous wooden Momo gear knob and amber fiber-glass dashcap just add to the exclusivity of this beauty.
The 911k is a special homage to Porsche’s ’60s racing heritage standing on Pirelli CN36 tires, specifically designed for vintage cars. Emory has not had a word on the price as Emory has built this for that one very special customer. If you want one then the zeroes on the payable cheque offered by you could be many and also not enough for Emory to build another.
Awe at this beautiful creation and if you want one then go and convince Emory to build one for you.