Period Correct announces a collaborative collection with one of the leading suppliers for classic Porsche 356 and early Porsche 911 parts. Founded in 1975, Emory Motorsports’ Parts Obsolete gained recognition early on for its tenacity for finding rare and discontinued parts, and for its bold restoration projects involving the iconic Porsche 356 model — giving the Emory garage the “Outlaw” moniker within the Porsche community.
In the collection we see a number of co-branded pieces including a cap, apron, hoodie, keychain and jacket featuring the Emory “Outlaw” crest logo. Driving the relationship between Emory Motorsports and Period Correct is also the unique history between the two names, as the current Period Correct flagship in Costa Mesa is also the exact location where Parts Obsolete was first housed.
Automotive fans can look for the collaboration at Period Correct in Costa Mesa and on the brand’s webstore.
In other Porsche news, Porsche replicates a full-size 911 Turbo in LEGO bricks.