There aren't many folks who own a Singer Reimagined Porsche 911 who are comfortable sharing their car with the world. These cars are usually kept locked away in secret, revered as jewelry pieces in a collection. They aren't often sold on the second-hand market, and they are only occasionally shown off at events, car shows, or track days. Singer have crafted what is perhaps the ultimate expression of Porsche, and yet they're only really known to their individual owners. Thankfully, vintage car collector, and Singer owner, Matt Euson has given a full video interview to Petrolicious. Not only that, but he actually drives the thing, taking the car to the office, to pick up his kids from football, or on date night. Give it a click, you'll surely enjoy his take on the gorgeous car.
As Euson mentions in the video, it's hard to tell a Singerized car from a 'regular' backdated hotrod Porsche from a distance. As you get closer, however, you'll notice that the car is something special, because the devil is in the details. Singer re-works every single part of the Porsche for maximum usability and visual presence. Anybody with a modicum of mechanical skills can put together a nicely turned out 964 backdate with a 4-liter engine, but unless you get the details right, it'll never be just right.
When you look at a Singer-special Porsche up close, you can tell you aren't looking at just another 'normal' Porsche. The paint, the trim, the exterior lights, it's all just perfect. They spend the time making the car as special as it possibly can be from the outset. The paint is miles deep, the color palettes are specially crafted, and the interiors are absolutely works of art. More than anything, we're ecstatic that this car, The Indiana Car, is used as a Porsche was intended. They're meant to be driven.