Singer Vehicle Design is perhaps the leading figure when it comes to reimagining Porsche 911s based on the 964-generation at the behest of their esteemed clients. Like all other Singer creations, this one is also a work of art.
This Singer masterpiece, finished in Namibia Yellow with ghosted stripes and adorned with brown “Porsche” lettering, features a custom Bone White leather interior and an air-cooled 4.0L flat 6-cylinder engine by racing-engine builder Ed Pink, paired with a 6-speed manual transaxle and limited-slip differential.
The lightweight carbon fiber body panels, including fenders, bumpers, front hood, rear decklid, and roof, enhance the car’s allure. External details, such as the centered fuel-filler cap, right-rear quarter panel oil-filler cap, nickel-plated bumperettes, and a gold Singer badge, add sophistication. Bi-xenon headlights, bullet-style mirrors, and nickel-plated brightwork further elevate the exterior.
Inside, Recaro sport seats with leather-weave inserts, brass ventilation grommets, and woven leather covers showcase impressive upgrades. The cabin boasts color-matched square-weave carpeting, matte black drilled footboards, and a Momo Prototipo steering wheel.
Handling is enhanced with Ohlins adjustable shock absorbers, and Brembo disc brakes provide reliable stopping power. The car rides on 17-inch Fuchs-style forged aluminum wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires for optimal road contact.
Singer’s bespoke creations have a long waitlist, but this 7700-mile car, estimated at $1.2M–$1.3M, offers a chance to skip the line and experience the unique craftsmanship of a Singer Porsche 911.