The waiting list for Singer Vehicle Design to hand-build you a Porsche 964 911 is around three years, so rarely do the lucky customers who have one commissioned feel inclined to part ways with their cherished motor. However, the latest RM Sotheby’s private sale is offering just that, bringing a 1989 Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer to the market for a snip under $1,000,000 USD.
Finished in “Geyser Grey” over a handcrafted multi-tone “Tobacco” leather interior, this Singer is — like the rest of its work — a complete one-off. Every single element inside and out has been tweaked or reimagined, with the body panels being made from carbon fiber, and the four-liter flat-six engine receiving an overhaul courtesy of Ed Pink Racing Engines, costing $88,805 USD alone. The engine is backed up by an equally impressive Ohlins suspension system, as well as Brembo big brakes that are finished in “Bahama Yellow” and sit behind the Fuchs-styled wheels.
That very same shade of yellow has been used for the Porsche branding on the side, adding a racing flair to the unique sportscar. More racing elements come in the form of a center-hood fuel cap costing $10,945 USD, as well as the quintessential duck spoiler found on the rear of the car.
Altogether, this car cost more than $1,000,000 USD when it came fresh out of Singer’s workshop. Now, RM Sotheby’s is offering it for $925,000 USD, coming with less than 500 miles on the odometer. Take a closer look at the 1989 Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer above, and find out more on the RM Sotheby’s website.
In case you missed it, check out Singer’s latest project: the 964 911 All-Terrain Competition Study.