Namibia Yellow Singer Porsche 911 Is Restomodding At Its Finest
The Namibia Yellow Singer Porsche 911 is restored in all its glory

Powering this amazing Porsche 911 restomod is a 4.0 liter Ed Punk engine with individual throttles.


according to Brad Anderson

December 29, 2023 at 1:37 pm

    The Namibia Yellow Singer Porsche 911 is restored in all its glory

Few restomods are as universally praised as Singer’s Porsche 911, so it’s no wonder customers are willing to wait years to take delivery after locking in an allotment. However, for those who don’t want to wait, beautiful Singer The 911 will be sold by Mecum Auctions next month.

This particular 911 is a 1991 Carrera 2 Coupe that benefited from a full suite of Singer upgrades. The special finishes start with a paint called Namibia Yellow, which comes with colored stripes and brown “Porsche” lettering. Like the others Singer All projects, fenders, bumpers, hood, rear deck lid, and roof are made from lightweight carbon fiber, and the original owner opted for an available center hood fuel cap.

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There is much more to this 911 that is sure to excite enthusiasts and collectors alike. It sits on a set of stunning 17-inch Fuchs-style forged aluminum wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. Then there’s the fact that it’s equipped with a wailing 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-six built by Ed Pink, complete with individual throttle bodies. Mated to this engine is a six-speed manual transmission with a limited-slip differential driving the rear wheels. Other updates include Ohlins shocks and Brembo brakes at all four corners.

    The Namibia Yellow Singer Porsche 911 is restored in all its glory

The interior of the 911 is a true work of art. It is primarily upholstered in Bone White leather and features a set of 4-way adjustable Recaro sports seats with brass vents. Singer also fitted calico floor mats, matte black drilled footpegs and pedals, and Porsche Classic head unit, Mono Prototipo steering wheel and leather upholstery with diamond stitching in the front.

Mecum Auctions he expects the car to sell for $1.2 million to $1.3 million.

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