Porsche Of The Day: 1967 Porsche 911S Emory Outlaw
This 1967 Porsche 911S coupe was transformed into a 911R-inspired racer in 1991 by Gary and Rod Emory of Parts Obsolete in Costa Mesa, California. It has since been actively participated in HMSA, CSRG, VARA, SOVREN, HSR, and HSR West events.
The vehicle showcases 911R-style fiberglass panels and is painted in gray with silver, yellow, and red stripes. Power is generated by a 2.8-liter twin-plug flat-six engine featuring twin Weber IDA carburetors, coupled with a 901 five-speed manual transmission equipped with a ZF limited-slip differential.
Notable additions include front-mounted oil coolers, a 906-sourced cooling fan and intake manifolds, a raw fiberglass engine shroud, a 911R exhaust system and oil tank, a 100-liter fuel tank, Bilstein shocks, staggered-width 15″ Fuchs wheels, plexiglass side and rear windows, a roll bar, a fire suppression system, fixed-back bucket seats, and a leather-wrapped Raid steering wheel.