Singer's Latest Porsche 911 Targa Is An Absolute Stunner

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With a typically exquisite fit and finish.

Singer Vehicle Design has a reputation for building some of the finest air-cooled Porsche 911 restomods in the world, and the company's latest creation continues this tradition. Based on the 964-generation Porsche 911 Targa, Singer's latest restomod is called the "Honor Roll Commission." Before the car gets sent to its proud new owner in Los Angeles, Singer has shared some photos of the new restomod, and it looks absolutely stunning.

The Honor Roll Comission is finished in a sleek-looking Dark Gunmetal color with a contrasting black targa panel and accents with nickel bumperettes and special badging. Singer has also added a center-mounted external fuel filler, a black ceramic exhaust system, and a ducktail spoiler.

Singer Vehicle Design
Singer Vehicle Design
Singer Vehicle Design

Inside, the handcrafted interior, left-hand-drive Porsche 911 Targa restomod is appointed with an eye-catching orange leather interior as requested by the owner. The lightweight carbon fiber racing seats are also finished in perforated leather with nickel Singer badging on the dashboard, and the cabin stitching is finished in Alabaster. Elsewhere, the rear compartment panels, transmission tunnel and sills are color-matched to the exterior, while the front luggage compartment area is upholstered in quilted orange leather with alabaster stitching.

Powering the stunning 911 Targa restomod is a 4.0-liter air-cooled flat-six engine built by Ed Pink Racing Engines developing 390 horsepower. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual transmission.

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The 4.0-liter fair-cooled flat-six features velocity stacks, presented in a champagne gold finish. Even the engine bay is presented in quilted leather to match the car's interior. The wheels are specified with open lug-nuts and the brake callipers are finished in Deep Orange with black lettering. Rounding off the interior flourishes are early 911 gauges mixed with modern technology including air-conditioning and navigation.

We would love to know how much the owner paid for the commission because it certainly wouldn't have been cheap. If you have deep enough pockets, a used 1991 Porsche 911 reimagined by Singer is currently selling for $1 million.

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Singer Vehicle Design
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