Singer has just unveiled their latest project and it is one of their very finest. Dubbed the Southampton Commission, it is a left-hand drive model and showcases the firm’s craftsmanship.
Adorning the exterior of the car is a shade of teal known as Perfect Blue that suits the shape of the classic 911 perfectly. Complementing the paint is a light blue stripe across the front, rear and sides of the car, complete with Porsche lettering finished in Deep Orange.
Elsewhere, the owner of this 911 opted for a set of Fuchs-style wheels and Deep Orange brake calipers with white lettering. There are also external fuel filler and oil filler caps that tie everything together beautifully.
The tasteful specification continues in the cabin. Adorning the seats, dashboard, and part of the dashboard is orange suede with contrasting blue suede accents. The lightweight carbon fiber track seats include brass grommets while the seat backs, sills, rear compartment, and transmission tunnel are finished in the same shade of Perfect Blue as the exterior. Air conditioning and navigation were also optioned by the buyer.
Powering the car is a 4.0-liter air-cooled flat-six built by Ed Pink Racing Engines that’s rated at 390 hp. This engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission sending power to the rear wheels and we’re in no doubt that this 911 is an absolute joy to drive.
There’s no word on how much the buyer spent on the Singer restomod, but it likely topped $500,000.