Rod Emory restores Porsche 356 coupes and convertibles at his shop in northern Los Angeles. His company “Emory Motosports” are specialists in customising the Porsche 356s since the late 1980s. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop is this beauty, perhaps the most capable 356 ever made. Named the “Allrad”, the stunning creation combines the classic shape of a Porsche 356 Coupe with the all-wheel drive chassis from a 911. Commissioned by a customer looking to drive his 356 to East Coast ski resorts during the winter, the “Allrad” is powered by a Emory-Rothsport 2.4-litre Outlaw-4 engine that delivers 200 horsepower, and features KW coil-over shocks, custom billet components, a competition fuel filler, an 18-gallon GT FuelSafe fuel cell, amber headlamps, rally-style fog lights, a Prototipo racing wheel, a fully-titanium ski rack and Pirelli Ice Zeros tires, resulting in a machine that can sprint up any mountain pass with ease. The whole thing was finished in a stunning one-of-a-kind graphite blue metallic paint color.