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Porsche 911 Classic by Singer Design

For those of you that love a pre-1994 Porsche but want one to have the latest technologies, Singer Design has the right thing for you. They’ve set out to restore/re-create classic 911s, based on the 911 models made before 1994. The car you see in these pictures if from the late 70s/early 80s era, but has been fitted with the latest technologies.

Porsche 911 Classic by Singer Design

These cars are for those automotive fans that love classic cars but can do without the original components, with other words, can do without the outdated technology and very bad mileage. What Singer Design does is they purchase pre-1994 911s and bring them up to the 2011 standards. Do not expect that this so-called “restoration” / tuning or whatever label you want to put on it to be authentic, as the company stated that these cars are “reborn” or “re-imagined”.

Porsche 911 Classic by Singer Design

The Los Angeles-based firm uses modern tech like carbon fiber panels in order to update the classic 911s. The engines are also updated to the modern standards; the most powerful one is a 3.8-liter that cranks out more than 400 ponies. In addition, they will also install a Bilstein coilover kit for the suspension and Brembo brakes to stop the car efficiently.

Porsche 911 Classic by Singer Design

As far as the interior of these 911s are concerned, Singer Design can install an RSR steering wheel, leather seats along with other new materials in a variation-copy on the classic 911 interior.

Porsche 911 Classic by Singer Design

Source: Singer Vehicle Design via WCF


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