With 204hp and a curb weight of 1680 pounds its power-to-weight ratio is that of a 997!
Formerly So Forgotten That It Became A Residence To A Rodent, This 356 Made The Journey From Outcast To Outlaw
When Porsches first started zipping about U.S. roads in the early ’50s it was considered sacrilege to alter them. ‘Why mess with perfection?’ said the purists behind this complacency. But a couple of So-Cal characters known as the Emery brothers changed all that in the ’60s with their heavily modified 356s. These ‘bastardized’ Porsches became known as Outlaws.
Fred Veitch of Colorado Springs isn’t the first one to emulate the Emery brothers’ conquests but he has definitely taken the Outlaw theme to a whole new level with this turbocharged 1953 Pre-A ‘Gesetzloser.’
Read the complete article w/ more outstanding pics at European Car Magazine