The Porsche 356 C4S AWD by Emory Motorsports known as the ‘AllRad’, is a blend of original 356 from 1964 and 911 technologies. The result is a Porsche with ultimate performance and an awesome retro-appearance! Check out the 365 “C4S” below and learn more about Emory Motorsports.

a blend of original 356 from 1964 and 911 technologies

The Custom Porsche 356 C4S AWD “AllRad”

When a client of Emory Motorsports wanted a dependable Porsche C4S for East Coast ski trips, the team had to come up with a new design. The builders decided to commission a 1964 Porsche 356C body and an all-wheel-drive 1990 911 (964) C4 chassis to get the job done. It took four years and the highest amount of attention to detail to complete the build.

Emory Motorsports: 1964 Porsche 356 C4S AWD

Features of the 1964 PORSCHE 356 C4S

The Porsche 356 C4S has 200 comfortable horsepower thanks to the Emory-Rothsport 2.4-liter “Outlaw-4” engine, dual Weber 48 IDA carburetors and a G64 5-speed AWD manual gearbox. The team decided to keep the 356’s wheelbase, shorten the 911’s center tunnel, and slightly widen the 356’s body to match up with the rear track of the 911. They used adjustable coilovers paired to the 911’s chassis to smoothen the ride and optimize control.

Emory-Rothsport 2.4-liter “Outlaw-4” engine, dual Weber 48 IDA carburetors and a G64 5-speed AWD manual gearbox.
Emory-Rothsport 2.4-liter “Outlaw-4” engine, dual Weber 48 IDA carburetors and a G64 5-speed AWD manual gearbox.

Standard C4 disc brakes provide the needed stopping power, and the 356 C4S rolls on custom 16×7 powder-coated black wheels with Pirelli Ice Zero tires for all-weather traction.

Emory Motorsports: 1964 Porsche 356 C4S AWD

Bodywork includes a wider rear section, flat hood and a 3D-printed roof rack to carry bikes, skiing equipment and winter gear.

For the interior, customized green leather coachwork has been used together with an Outlaw shift knob and a MOMO Heritage steering wheel.

green leather coachwork
Green leather coachwork

The story of Emory Motorsports

Oregon-based Emory Motorsports is well-known within the automotive industry as one of the best personalized Porsche 356 builders. The owner, Rod Emory started the shop in 1996 and has been building vintage Porsche Outlaws his entire life. Over the years, the team has built over 170 Porsche 356 and 911 Outlaws. They have also restored and cared for several significant Porsches 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.

At Emory Motorsports they only build cars to order within a few essential categories:
356 Outlaw, Emory Special and Emory RS. Each car is build as the team was building it for themselves and yet each one is tailored to the owner’s specific taste and requirements.

Specifications:

  • Emory-Rothsport 2.4-liter “Outlaw-4” engine
  • Dual Weber 48 IDA carburetors
  • 200 HP
  • G64 5-speed AWD manual gearbox
  • Customized green leather coachwork
  • Outlaw shift knob
  • MOMO Heritage steering wheel
  • Total curb weight is 2150 pounds

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