Some would say that this classic has been "perfected," not "modified."
Matt Euson isn't your typical Porsche driver. He's a businessman who is the president of a successful fire protection engineering company, holds a degree in finance, and has a love for well-engineered machines, but that's where the stereotypes stop. Unlike those lawyers who use their 911s as status symbols or the doctors who keep them locked away in a garage, Euson drives his 911 just about every day. No excuses. If only our gym routines were as consistent as Euson's Porsche philosophy.
Then again, it's not like we have a 911 reimagined by Singer waiting for us at the gym. That would ensure we're there every singe day. So what kind of motivating loot is Euson sitting on exactly?
None other than a 964 911 restomod that's been given a body that resembles an old long-hood 911, albeit with most of its body panels made of carbon fiber for ultimate weight reduction and a better center of gravity. Thanks to an air-cooled 4.0-liter flat-six, this Singer 911 sings all the way to 7,200 rpm and makes upwards of 390 horsepower, which is routed rearward through a six-speed manual transmission. If that isn't a recipe for a car from the gods, we don't know what is. While Euson makes it sound like driving his 911 is a bit of a workout, we can see precisely why he dedicates so much time to being behind the wheel of this masterpiece.