Why Porsche restomods are cool.
Air-cooled of course! Singer is not the only one.
Porsche resto-mods are so popular that even Porsche has decided to build on its own. In celebration of its 70years, Porsche classics has embarked on their own resto-mod - “Project Gold”. They will be presenting the 911 at Pebble Beach this year. From the teasers to date it looks like the German Marque is working on a restomod of 993 911.
Singer Vehicle Design 911 (Image Singer Vehicle Design)
Singer Vehicle design with its bespoke restomod Porsche 964 911 and Magnus Walker with his Outlaws are known to many for their modified Porsches. In fact Singer are probably the first that come to mind with their restored 911s.
Magnus and his cars have now become somewhat of a Porsche icon - within Porsche Germany and the Porsche community.
But, Singer Vehicle Designer is not the only one making beautiful restomod 911s.
Paul Stephens Autoart
Created to celebrate ten years of the Le Mans Classic Paul Stephens a British customiser recently revealed their latest take on the Porsche 911 restomod. The Le Mans Classic Clubsport, has been rebuilt to high standards and stripped of any unwanted elements.
Le Mans Classic Clubsport (Image Paul Stephens)
Paul Stephens will offer the Le Mans Classic Clubsport in both Touring and Lightweight guises. In the lightweight guise the 911 only weighs 970 kg. Not only that is powert to weight ratio offers greater power than the new Mission E concept. A top speed of 170mph and 0-160mph in only 4.4seconds.
Interior Le Mans Classic (Image Paul Stephens)
The Le Mans Classic will be finished in 2018 Carrara White metallic with contrasting stripes. Only 10 individually numbered cars will be produced as an officially-licensed limited edition.
The important details (Image Paul Stephen