OD'ing on the oCD Singer Porsche
We never doubted Singer's perfect reputation. But there's a difference between knowing and knowing, you know? After seeing them in person, it's obvious that "everything is important" on a Singer 911.
Singer Porsche at Amelia Island
When it comes to quality in a 911, no one does it like Singer. They spend 4,000 hours paying attention to every single detail, going through numerous complicated processes. And yet, the finished product is uncluttered perfection.
We were excited to see a Singer in person, take in the details, see the materials, and the engineering they've come up with. The result is something that's innovative, yet true to original Porsche concept.
Finer details included the turn signals, interior attention to detail (the leather of which smelled amazing), and the nickel finish that toned down some shine.
Enjoy the photos.
If you're still not on board the Singer train, the Drive featured Singer Porsche in 2013. Most have probably seen the video. Having experienced two Singers in person, it's worth looking back a few years to remember the passion behind every bit of these vehicles.