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Vintage badassness doesn’t get any better than this. Rod Emory took a 1959 Porsche 356 and gave it the full dark beans. Low slung and full of attitude, the reworked coupe gets a horsepower boost up to 200 horsepower (don’t worry, it’s light), a fresh interior with wool carpeting and a fat MOMO steering wheel, and racing badges and accessories for that extra special level of flair. You can add in features as long as you have the coin, but expect to wait for a year-and-a-half for these exclusive Outlaws. The cost starts at $175,000 but doesn’t include the donor car, so buyer beware. If you have the funds, it’s certainly one of the most unique restomods to roam America’s roads.

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