The latest trend in sports car production is for shops to take classic car designs and turn them into modern versions by using the latest technology in engine and car body manufacturing.
The 2011 Singer Porsche 911 White uses the pre-1994 Porsche 911 Coupes and transforms them into new creations loaded with modern features and amenities. The transformed cars are not registered as new cars but retain their licenses and Vehicle Identification Numbers.
The old cars are completely dismantled and blasted to bear metal treating all parts with rust prevention solutions. All body parts are inspected for structural defects and are reinforced by welding in preparation for the transformation works. Wipers are replaced with the centrally located units similar to those of the Porsche 993 series. The fenders and bumpers, hood and engine deck are replaced with new carbon fiber body parts to make the unit light and strongly fitted.
The car color is set as immaculately white accented only by the spoiler, lower rockers and rear valances which are made of flexible and heat resistant Urethane. The air cooled 3.6L engines are meticulously stripped, blue printed and reconstructed to provide more power and efficiency. The entire car interior is completely refurbished and the suspension, tire and break systems are all altered to conform to modern standards.