Fresh off the recent unveiling of their first modified 911 Targa, Singer has now presented their latest project, a 1990 Porsche 911.
Dubbed as ‘Manchester’ due to the owners home town in the United Kingdom, this ‘Wasabi’ green 911 is one of the finest we’ve seen from the bespoke modifiers at Singer.
The exterior has been transformed with new carbon fibre panels and widened rear wheel arches. In typical Singer fashion, this example has been with Fuchs-inspired five spoke wheels and Öhlins suspension.
Gracing the rear is 4.0 litre flat six engine made by the engineers at Ed Pink Racing. The result? 291kW (390HP) mated to six speed manual transmission and limited-slip differential.
Interior wise there’s plenty of attention to detail with a retro-mod package, including green and orange woven leather on the bucket seats, dashboard and doors.
Tell us what you think of Singer’s latest creation in the comments below, and be sure to check out the Stinger GTR Carbon 911 in contrast to this classic example.