We wouldn't change a single detail.
Porsches are some of the most customizable cars in the world. As long as you're willing to pay for it, there are almost limitless options for personalizing your 911 or Cayman, right down to the kind of material you want to use for the owner's manual cover. But for an extra special touch, Singer Vehicle Design will design your dream Porsche with materials and colors that even Porsche won't offer. Just days ago, we saw the Ottawa commission from Singer, which is a 911 in Blood Red. The latest is the Long Island commission and it's another example of Singer's talent for beautiful color combinations.
This one's carbon fiber body is finished in Hemingway Blue, and it's complemented by Bahama Yellow lettering and nickel badging. At the back, there is subtle Singer and '4.0' badging, hinting at the naturally-aspirated 4.0-liter air-cooled flat-six below. This engine has a ceramic plenum finish, so it's as good to look at as it is to listen to. This particular owner wanted a six-speed manual gearbox, and power is routed exclusively to the rear wheels. The flat-six soundtrack can be heard from the centrally-mounted dual-exit tailpipes. Inside, the Long Island commission continues the carbon fiber and Hemingway Blue themes.
The sills, transmission tunnel, and rear compartment are all finished in the striking blue, and the exposed metal is a stunning retro touch. Navy leather upholstery adorns the seats, which are carbon fiber track items. The seat centers have satin nickel grommets and the seat backs are finished in Piano Black. Although there are technically rear seats, they can't be used as a roll cage is equipped at the back, so these function as little more than extra storage spaces. Overall, this classic 911 is a worthy addition to Singer's long line of gorgeous commissions, with the craftsmanship expected of the company.