Tune In On Instagram Live For Our Interview With Rod Emory At 11AM PST
We’d rather run into Rod Emory among friends at Newcomb’s Ranch after a fun hustle up the Angeles Crest Highway in a string of sports cars, but unfortunately we must postpone the fun of casual post-drive Sunday hangouts for the time being. However, we can still can and intend to enjoy each other’s digital company, and we’d love for you to tune for our founder and CEO Afshin Behnia’s live-streamed interview with Rod Emory on Instagram on March 27th at 11AM PST.
We’ll be talking about Emory Motorsports’ 356 RSR build (this transcendently cool überOutlaw can be seen here) as well as the other end of their 356 expertise spectrum, the 1951 356 SL Gmünd Coupe that gave Porsche it’s very first class win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. That said, good conversations have a tendency to wander, and before the interview starts, we’d love for you to chime in with what you’d like to ask Rod, either here in the comment section, or on our Instagram page. Details are below:
Live-streamed interview between Petrolicious founder and CEO Afshin Behnia and Rod Emory of Emory Motorsports
When and where:
The interview will begin at 11AM PST. To tune in, just follow Petrolicious on Instagram and visit our page to find the live video stream tomorrow at 11AM PST.
How to participate:
Though the interview is a one-on-one format, we would love to hear what you’d like to know about Rod, the family business, their projects, etc. You can drop in to the comment section of this article, or head to our Instagram page to continue the conversation there.
Background on our guest:
Emory Motorsports is more than just the first and last name in 356 Outlaws. Born into a lineage of acute hot-rodders, Rod Emory has taken the family business to a point where its portfolio of work includes twin-turbo 356-911 hybrids along with precise restorations of Porsche endurance racing history. Between his guidance and a massive log of hands-on hours in the workshop, Emory has become an internationally known name, and a staple of the Porsche enthusiast community.
Images by Drew Phillips c/o Emory Motorsports