By   March 9, 2016

Singer Porsche 911 Reimagined

Singer Porsche 911 Reimagined Florida Car

The weather in much of the country is warming up and spring is quickly approaching. With the new season not only comes more mild temperatures, but the start of car show season.

One of the top automotive events on the East Coast is the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance which takes place from March 11th through the 13th. It is quickly followed by The Palm Event the following weekend happening from March 18th through 20th. For both events Singer has announced that they will be bringing two of their Porsche 911s that in their words are “Restored, Reimagined and Reborn”.

Singer Porsche 911 Reimagined North Carolina Car

Many Porsche enthusiasts believe that the 911s produced by Singer are the best that money can buy. They combine classic looks, an air-cooled engine, high quality materials and a more modern driving experience. Their cars let you drive a machine that looks like it is from the 60’s, but has the ride and many of the modern conveniences that you would expect in a newer Porsche.

The Singer heritage is based on utilizing the ultimate in automotive design, engineering and industry standards to meet and exceed the vision of its clients. According to Rob Dickinson, creator and founder of Singer Vehicle Design, (he is also an ex-car designer and former rock musician), achieving the “best of the best” in every modification is the only standard to maintain, and exceed.

“We began in 2008 with a vision to offer aficionados the opportunity to re-imagine their 911 without compromise,” said Dickinson. “And now, with more than 40 commissions completed, and a significant global following, we’ve expanded our promise to remain obsessive in the details and keep striving for more innovations along the way.”

They do make incredible machines, but if you want one you had better have a large wallet. A Singer Porsche 911 will cost you over $350,000. That’s puts it well out of reach for most of us.

They are still beautiful cars and while you may not be able to afford one if you attend the Amelia Island Concours or Palm Event then you will at least be able to see just how well made these cars are. There will be two cars on display, the above pictured Florida and North Carolina cars (both named after the geographic region that are now the homes of the 911s).

Below is an overview of each car.
The North Carolina Car

  • 1991 Porsche 911 Restored, Reimagined, and Reborn by Singer Vehicle Design
  • Carbon Fiber Body Panels
  • Exterior finish: Blood Red Dark
  • Interior Leather: Black Leather weave with 4 way touring seats
  • Engine: 4.0L
  • Transmission: 6spd
  • Braking: Brembo
  • Suspension: Ohlins

The Florida Car

  • 1990 Porsche 911 Restored, Reimagined, and Reborn by Singer Vehicle Design
  • Carbon Fiber Body Panels
  • Exterior Finish: Hemingway Blue
  • Interior Leather: Sand Beige with Suede Leather Weave and Track Seats
  • Engine:4.0L
  • Transmission:6spd
  • Braking: Brembo
  • Suspension: Ohlins