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Rod Emory 356RSR outlaw

no Feature here yet?!

I love it! Every detail! So badass!

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I like everything but the rear end treatment. Looks like they wanted to keep the lights but show the turbos. Ok but it doesn’t look finished. IMHO

With 400hp I’d bet it runs ��
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Prrrrreeeetycool outlaw...
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True work of art!

That thing is amazing.. using Porsche parts from various later models.. did you notice the front shock towers, control arms etc..? Same with rear suspension. Believe the motor is Polo 4, obviously twin-turbo!

Car should have been parked/photographed under the mural of Frankenstein.. all in a good way! Simply awesome!
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They are going to put a tail on it so they aren’t done yet��
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only way I like it is if I start at the bottom and scroll up

there is something really off about the slope of the front combined with the length of the overhang and I agree the rear just looks unfinished
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I actually feel sorry for the car. it was once elegant and pretty. now it looks like frankenstein but i think that is the thought behind 'creations' like this. lovers vs haters. I'll take an RS clone any day, and a Singer still looks like a Porsche. This not so much, just pieces and parts cobbled together. Art or no art, that is the question. To me, there was never an 'ugly' 356 (the america roadster and the notchback were great contenders) but Emory was successful in making the first one!

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Frankenstein Outlaw 356 rules!!

The thought and mastery of the metal is awe-inspiring!
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too nice...
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I think this thing is pretty amazing overall. I actually donít mind the rawness of the open rear for what it is, I am struggling with the front coming so far down or something with it.
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356 fuel tank fitting

As you can see, I installed a 356 fuel tank in my 914-6 GT Tribute. Now I need a fitting to go on the bottom of the tank to attach to a fuel line. I believe it is a 20mm 1.5 thread. I'm not interested in the 356 strainer/pit cook arrangement, just a 90 deg. elbow. Any help would be appreciated. Best, Mark
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Okay, then...

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