Emory Motorsports‘ latest project combines the classic shape of a Porsche 356 Coupe with the inner mechanical workings of an all-wheel drive 911. Project “Allrad” sees a 1964 356 Coupe body transferred onto the chassis of a 1990 964 C4; the result is a lightweight classic (2,150 pounds) that can sprint up any mountain pass with ease.
Commissioned by a client that wished to take a Porsche 356 to ski resorts during winter conditions, “Allrad” features adjustable KW coilovers and a rally-setup center differential that transfers power in various driving situations. The car boasts 200 horsepower thanks to Emory-Rothsport’s 2.4-litre Outlaw-4 engine. Details include Pirelli Ice Zeros tires, amber headlamps, rally-style fog lights, a Prototipo racing wheel, an “Outlaws” badge and shift knob, and a fully-titanium ski rack.
Scroll through the images above to get a full look at another masterpiece from Emory Motorsports.
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