Singer Porsche 911
Singer Vehicle Design purchases fully road legal pre-1994 Porsche 911 Coupes for the basis of construction. When its transformation is complete, the newly born Singer 911 retains the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of its donating ‘parent’ 911 and is legally registered, operated and licensed in the same manner. We see this process as a modest contribution to the recycling culture and one by which old 911s are reclaimed and perhaps saved from an uncertain future.
The unique Singer 911 carbon fiber bodywork is constructed from premium ‘pre preg’ carbon fiber and is correctly vacuum bagged and baked to a temperature of over 250 degrees. These are true carbon fiber parts benefiting from the attributes of extreme strength and light weight.
The engines in the Singer 911 are based on 3.6L air cooled units fitted to the 911 from 1990. These engines are comprehensively stripped and then meticulously blue printed, balanced and hand built using new or state of the art componentry. There is a choice of three engines, all with specific characters and capacities from 3.6 L to 3.9L with an ultimate power range of 300-425BHP. They benefit from true state of the art breakthroughs in cylinder head design, construction and engine management and successfully optimize every facet of the classic air cooled flat six.
Source: Singer press