Gallery From Parts Obsolete Camp Out Car Show 2009

Just a quick gallery of pics from my visit to the Parts Obsolete Car Show and Camp Out this year. Check out my route and pics on theS2000blog.com And here’s the link to last year’s show post.

Here are my favs from this year:

Wine Tasting and Parts Obsolete Porsche Show 2009

Wine Tasting and Parts Obsolete Porsche Show 2009

Wine Tasting and Parts Obsolete Porsche Show 2009

Wine Tasting and Parts Obsolete Porsche Show 2009

Wine Tasting and Parts Obsolete Porsche Show 2009

Wine Tasting and Parts Obsolete Porsche Show 2009

And the gallery:

If you’re a Porsche fan and in the Willamette Valley, you owe it to yourself to make sure this event is on your calendar for next year!

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Rod Emory’s 1953 Outlaw Coupe is For Sale!

Porsche 356 “Outlaw” customs were practically invented by the Emory’s, and here’s a chance to own the real deal! Check out Rod Emory’s 1953 Porsche 356 on The Samba:

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quote from the listing on The Samba:

This is a unique opportunity to own a piece of history and a very cool car. Rod Emory’s 1953 Coupe has been set up as both a Street Outlaw and a Vintage Race Car. Currently Rod is freshening the car up for the new owner. It is not yet determined if the new owner will want it with the 1300 cc Hot rod motor or a bigger 912 engine. Another option is if the new owner will want disc brakes drum brakes. The Paint has some patina and ships in the nose. If you buy it you have the option of a fresh paint or the patina.

Fuel Cell
Plastic pull up windows
Removable Roll Bar
Grey German Square Weave Carpet
Grey interior
741 transmission

This car will be available and set up for street or as a vintage racecar. It will be ready and completely freshened up for May Delivery. I require a 50% deposit and then the balance due at delivery. Call Rod with details 971-241-7017 Shipping will be extra. $85,000.00

I was already a fan of Emory Motorsports from reading articles in magazines and seeing their cars at work at PIR. And after a visit to the Parts Obsolete show last summer, I’m a total believer in the quality and history of their work. One lucky buyer is going to snag a serious piece of history!

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