Porsche 911 By Singer Vehicle Design

Jan 25, 2019

Category: Rides, Showcase

Not happy with owning a Porsche 911? You greedy bastard. OK, we’ll put our jealousy aside for a moment and tell you how you can turn one of the world’s finest sports cars into something even finer.

Singer Vehicle Design expertly handles the monumental task of turning 911’s into even greater machines, and this one here was a complete overhaul, starting with only the frame. The starting price for base remodeling is $350,000, and you can choose from two engines, a 3.6-liter that produces 270 horsepower, or a 3.8-liter with 360 hp, with both “comprehensively stripped and then meticulously blue printed, balanced, and hand built using new or state-of-the-art componentry.” A custom-made interior throws back to the 60s and 70s with rich materials and impeccable detailing, adding up to one very savory package.

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