This Porsche MOMO 356 RSR Outlaw by Rod Emory Is For Sale


Porsche MOMO 356 RSR Outlaw
Images: Drew Phillips 2020 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

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Rod Emory makes some of the most insane modified Porsches out there. This Porsche MOMO 356 RSR Outlaw built by Rod Emory is currently for sale and it’s an absolutely beautiful car unlike any other on the road. This car debuted in 2019 at Luftgekühlt. It will be auctioned off through RM Sotheby’s on August 14-15.

The car came to be because Henrique Cisneros, Chairman of MOMO Automotive Group, saw a Rod Emory rendering and wanted that rendering to become a reality, according to Silodrome. The car used to create this masterpiece was a 1960 Porsche 365B. However, much of the work is custom. It also blended the 356 and 911 designs together in some cases.

The suspension and brakes came from the Porsche 964 911 design and featured Eisenlohr Racing parts with Tarett Engineering sway bars and KW dampers. The body panels are custom. The engine is 2.4 liters with twin Garrett ball-bearing turbochargers from TurboKraft. That engine makes 325 to 375 hp depending on the boost. The car only weighs about 2,000 pounds.

It has center-locking wheels in the classic MOMO 5-spoke design. The interior of the car harkens back to the racers of the 1960s. With a MOMO Prototipo steering wheel and distressed leather. It also has MOMO Heritage Line Targa shift knob and MOMO pedals. It’s a truly killer car. You can check out the listing here