Rod Emory is famous for his master-class "Outlaw" custom Porsche 356 restomods, but it turns out he can also pilot a Porsche as well as he can build one.
Emory has built all sorts of cool vintage Porsche-badged customs, each designed with the client's touches in mind. This one, for example, recently popped up for sale, and features bumper deletes—a signature Emory look—as well as a full roll cage. Emory does professional restorations so well that Porsche actually entrusted his shop to save its first Le Mans-winning car, a one-of-one 356 coupe.
But Emory does more than just restore old Porsches. He also races them. Porsche put together a neat video documenting Emory's time at this year's Rennsport Reunion event, where he was lucky enough to get behind the wheel of an Elva-Porsche club racer and a 935. Despite dropping his racing career to build cars full-time a decade ago, Emory still looks right at home behind the wheel.