This Singer Porsche 911 Was Restored For Driving, Not for Collecting
The owner compares it to fine art, but will drive the wheels off of it.
The car in question was originally a Porsche 911 964 C2, one of which the owner purchased on his own and immediately sent off to have Singer Vehicle Design — an independent restoration garage that specializes in air-cooled Porsches — to have reimagined into the “ultimate restomod hotrod,” as the owner states. After Singer worked its magic, the car returned to the hands of its owner Matt Euson with refinements and aesthetics no stock Porsche could ever have implemented. Features include weaved “Cognac”-colored leather, pull handles for opening and closing the doors, gold-plated lettering on the engine block, a gorgeous custom Singer intake, and more. The vehicle maintains its go along with its show, with its 4.0-liter flat-six engine, pumping out a respectable 400 bhp.
Euson continues in the video to remark on the ethos of the timelessly restored sports car, from its smell, look, touch and emotion while driving. Nevertheless, he claims the car is to be driven and is unconcerned with hurting the value while doing so.
View the video above and to learn more about Singer Vehicle Design, check out the partnership it had with Williams Advanced Engineering to produce a 500 bhp 911 964 in lime green, inspired by F1 racers.
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