It only has 1,118 miles on the odometer.
Singer has a reputation for building some of the coolest and most desirable air-cooled Porsche 911 restomods in the business such as the drool-worthy Dynamics and Lightweighting Study. As demand from Porsche enthusiasts has increased, the wait time for Singer to build your customized 964 is now roughly three years. If you can't wait that long, a pristine, one-of-a-kind 1989 Porsche 911 Reimagined By Singer is currently for sale at Collector's Garage - but it has a hefty price tag.
This particular 1989 model was commissioned by a collector in Toronto and is being sold by its second private owner. Like all 911s reimagined by Singer, the car was stripped to the bare metal before being rebuilt with custom carbon fiber body panels.
It's finished in Geyser Grey with contrasting Bahama Yellow lettering on the sides and gold 911 badging on the decklid. In contrast to the exterior, the interior seats and dashboard are trimmed in Tobacco Olive suede leather with Bahama Yellow stitching matching the exterior.
Power is provided by a 4.0-liter air-cooled flat-six producing 390 hp and 315 lb-ft of torque. This unit was upgraded by Ed Pink Racing Engines with a custom crankshaft, oil pump, pistons, cylinders, connecting rods, camshafts, cylinder heads, throttle bodies, and intake system. 0-60 mph takes less than 3.3 seconds, while 0-100 mph takes around 8.2 seconds. No expense was spared as the owner specced the 911 with a host of optional extras including a center-mounted fuel-filler cap, a six-speed transmission instead of the standard five-speed one, and larger Brembo brakes, as well as an air conditioning system, four-way touring seats, and a stereo for the interior.
Since the project was finished, the car has clocked up less than 1,118 miles, so it doesn't come cheap. The seller is charging an eye-watering $1.1 million for this stunning 1989 Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer. That's a crazy amount of money for a 964-generation Porsche 911, but not surprising when you consider the amount of work that went into the beautiful build.
"To me, a Singer is probably the finest balance of modern materials and engineering, mixed with the feel and experience of a classic 911," said Collectors Garage's Senior Specialist Alexander Weaver. "The result is something you have to drive to understand, and after countless miles behind the wheel, I can tell you these cars drive, sound, and feel unlike anything else, whether commuting to work or ripping through the mountains."