Singer is as much an auto shop as they are the standard bearers of early 1990s era Porsches. When Singer gets a 911 into the shop, they completely and comprehensively disassemble and clean them in order to preserve the iconic design and lengthen their working life. This striking blood-red North Carolina 1991 Porsche 911 is just one more in a long line of cars that have been given new life by the shop.
This one-of-a-kind vehicle got more than just a new paint job – with a 4.0-liter 6 cylinder engine that drives power through a six-speed manual transmission, it not only looks brand new, it drives like it too. In addition to a new power plant, this car has been outfitted with a Brembo braking system, a suspension from Ohlins, and carbon fiber body panels for a lighter, more responsive ride. When you make your way to the interior of the car, you’ll find four touring seats with a black leather weave upholstering – a nice touch on an already impressive rebuild. Each of Singer’s cars are made to unique specifications and tend to come with a price-tag north of $350,000.
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