The custom 911 was restored in 2016 and is the 71st model to be reworked by Singer. It sports a fitting shade of “Mintarrini” over tan leather with “Alabaster” stitching, and sits atop Fuchs-style wheels in homage to the car’s heritage. Furthermore, it has only been driven 1,400 miles since its restoration, meaning its 4.0-liter flat-six Ed Pink Racing-built engine should be in perfect working order.
This custom-made engine pumps out 390 BHP and is paired with a six-speed manual transmission that drives the rear wheels, sending the car from 0-60 MPH in just 3.3 seconds. It will reach 100 MPH in 8.2 seconds, and is supported by 315 lb-ft of torque. Other bespoke additions include the Öhlins suspension and Recaro Sport seats, as well as Brembo brakes and a lightweight carbon-fiber roof.
Singer has given the 911 a bespoke finish inside and out, meaning this iteration is unlike no other. The Porsche is finished with homage-paying touches including an exposed center-fill fuel cap and oil filler, tapping the 911s of 1972, and is complete with unique badging, a three-spoke steering wheel, and plenty more premium touches.
Take a look at the 1991 Porsche 911 “Malibu” Reimagined by Singer in the gallery above, and enquire about the model on the RM Sotheby’s website where it is listed for $875,000 USD.
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