On Wednesday 14 August Porsche Centre East London hosted an event on behalf of the Porsche Owners Club for an evening with Rod Emory.
Rod Emory and his wife started Emory Motorsports in 1996 with a few simple goals: to build the most iconic, yet personalized Porsche 356s on the planet and to deliver a customer experience unlike any other in the Porsche marketplace.
‘Building vintage Porsche Outlaws has been my life’s work’
Over the years they have built over 170 Porsche 356 and 911 ‘Outlaws,’ as they have come to be known. They have also restored and cared for several significant Porsche works cars including a 904-6, a 906, two 908s, a Pooper and Porsche’s first works Le Mans entry and class winner, a Gmund SL from 1949.
The evening consisted of a talk from Rod as well as a Question and Answer session. Refreshments were provided throughout the event.
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