The Singer 911 is one company’s vision of the ultimate air-cooled Porsche 911 – or at least a technical starting point, ready to be personalised by the individual customer.
Each car is built up from a fully road-legal, pre-1994 Porsche 911 and, says Singer Vehicle Design, can be ‘sportingly focused, luxurious, flamboyant, or as understated as desired’. We first wrote about the Singer Porsche 911 back in October 2009 but, since then, Singer has announced updates to the technical specifications and pricing for 2011.
While it’s impossible to give prices for the cars when such a huge variety of options is available, the starting point is to choose from three levels of engine capacity, character and power (300HP, 380HP and 425HP). From that, your bespoke specification grows, with a tantalising selection of transmissions, exhausts, suspension, brakes and so on.