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Singer Porsche - Better in Person

Local PCA sponsored a German car show today and a Singer 911 showed up. It was the hit of the show and what a piece of art. Looks better in person than the pics I have seen. Thought I would share some pics ...






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Beautiful car and amazing colour!
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Very nice.. One day I'll own one or settle to see one in person Glad to see it out and being used and shown to fellow enthusiasts.

Someone in Colorado please buy one and bring it to C&C!!
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Coincidence, privately owned Singer in the "MotorSports Park" area of Radnor Hunt Concours d'Elegance today.
It garnered a lot of attention and it was worthy, no doubt. So were the 911 2.7 RS and 959 in the show.
Good Porsche day.

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who makes that intake? Wow, what a work of art
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who makes that intake? Wow, what a work of art
I believe singer modifies a gt3 intake for each of their engines
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There's a YouTube video where what's his name talks about the intake. Says it's a $500 part with $5000 of custom finish on it.
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I believe singer modifies a gt3 intake for each of their engines
Engines are now built by Ed Pink Racing Engines

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I was working at the Radnor Concors yesterday, and had the opportunity to spend some time visiting with the SInger pictured above. ALl I can say is WOW!! I generally don't care about cars that I will never afford, but the SInger is different. It really doesn't look all that fancy until you begin to study the details. It is an astounding piece of automotive artwork. The level of detail is excrutiating. Easily, the best car I have ever seen. To really get it, you have got to see one in person. Pictures can not begin to do this car justice.
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Spot on. I excel at finding flaws in cars, but even I was stumped by this one. Every nut and bolt has received the upmost attention. It's simply a work of art.
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I was working at the Radnor Concors yesterday, and had the opportunity to spend some time visiting with the SInger pictured above. ALl I can say is WOW!! I generally don't care about cars that I will never afford, but the SInger is different. It really doesn't look all that fancy until you begin to study the details. It is an astounding piece of automotive artwork. The level of detail is excrutiating. Easily, the best car I have ever seen. To really get it, you have got to see one in person. Pictures can not begin to do this car justice.
Yeah, it was pretty unbelievable. I spotted it immediately as I turned the corner, near the RTR tent, like 75 yards away lol. Real nice color combo, too. I stared at it as long as I could while keeping an enthusiastic 7 year old at bay. It really is perfect. My wife hears me rattle on about cars all the time, to hear her look at what a square might not be able to distinguish as something special, she saw it and said, "Holy ****. That's amazing".
First time I've attended. Can't wait for next year, what an event. We had a great time.
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Saw this one recently. It's amazing!!
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That houndstooth pattern is just brilliant. I'm not sure I want it in MY car, but, wow. Just when you think they've done it all, they go and blow you away with some imaginative and over the top degree of difficulty detail.
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That houndstooth pattern is just brilliant. I'm not sure I want it in MY car, but, wow. Just when you think they've done it all, they go and blow you away with some imaginative and over the top degree of difficulty detail.
The only concern I have is wear. How will those seats look after a few thousand miles?

More, bigger photos here.

Revel in the Glory of the Newest Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer

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