Singer’s Absolutely Stunning 1991 Porsche 911 ‘Malibu’ Could Be Yours

Mar 19, 2020

Category: Rides

For plenty of folks (especially purists), Porsche’s off-the-lot sports cars require no upgrading, as they’re already practically perfect in every way. However, we think those folks might change their tune if they had the opportunity to gaze upon Singer’s Reimagined line, like this 1991 Porsche 911 ‘Malibu’ that’s up for sale.

Singer’s true mastery, in our opinion, is in their ability to retain the spirit of Porsche’s cars while still altering them enough to stand apart from the rest of the crowd. As you can see, that mastery is in full swing within this upgraded, 390hp, unrestricted 4.0L 911, which was first unveiled in 2016 and has had just 1,400 miles put on it since its restoration. The brand’s 71st build, and considered one of their most desirable ever, this car features an Ohlins adjustable suspension, Brembo brakes, a carbon fiber roof, tan leather Recaro Sport seats (that brilliantly match the woven dash and accents), and so much more. Offered through RM Sotheby’s private sales, you’ll want to reach out for more information — including a price — if you’re interested.

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