The term Outlaw Porsche originated with Gary and Rod Emory and their Parts Obsolete shop in LA. Like nearly everything in car culture, the pair’s hot-rodded Porsches took over Southern California and subsequently the world, inspiring everyone from Singer to Japan’s RWB. The car here is a 1967 911S built by the Emorys in 1991 and was raced all over the West Coast before the current owner acquired it in 2022. The car sports a twin-plug 2.8-liter flat-six with Weber carbs, a five-speed transmission, fiberglass bodywork, and period-correct parts like a 911R exhaust system. The car is fully kitted for racing, with a rollbar and fire suppression system.