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(J’aime de nuit) Singer 911

Singer. Prononcer « sin’ geur ». Autant dire que cela n’a rien à voir avec des machines à coudre même s’il s’agit de moulin, et de sacré beau matos. Autant dire que cela n’a rien à voir avec le verbe français « singer » même si cette 911 singe à merveille l’essence de la Porsche du passé, du présent et de l’avenir.
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The Singer 911- CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS

Singer 911 At first glance the Singer 911 looks like a standard old Porsche 911 with some subtle body tweaks. Look a little harder though and you’ll begin to see that not only are there huge differences, but that there’s zero in the way of classic 911 left in this car. Chris Harris recently spent the day touring Singer’s facility and then, took one of their cars out for a canyon/road course blast. To say he came away impressed would be an understatement. Source: Youtube.com/DRIVE  
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Video: Chris Harris Delves Into The Singer Porsche 911

In order to start 2013 in a bang, Chris Harris recently travelled to the sunny mountains of California to test what he regards, and many others regard as one of the great Porsche 911 re-creation jobs since the car’s inception …
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Singer Vehicle Design’s ’69 hot rod in Total 911 now

Rob Dickinson’s association with the classic 911 goes some way back. After falling in love with the essence of the premier Porsche marque, the Californian-based maverick has since gone on to create one of the world’s most renowned names for high-end 911 bespokery, adding a modern twist to Stuttgart’s famed retro sports car.
Singer Vehicle Design's '69 hot rod in Total 911 now
Rob Dickinson’s ’69 hot rod is well known in California
However, the heady heights that Singer have now reached aren’t without a charming start, in the form of Rob’s very own ’69 hot rod, still on the road after 300,000 miles of glorious driving. You can find out all about Rob’s rudimental hot rod project on page 36 of Total 911 issue 95, in shops now, featuring stunning imagery from the heart of the Californian mountains. To purchase a copy, visit the Imagine Shop at www.imagineshop.co.uk/magazines/total911.html, or download a digital edition for all platforms via the fabulous new GreatDigitalMags.com website.
Singer Vehicle Design's '69 hot rod in Total 911 now
The inspiration behind Singer Vehicle Design, in issue 95 of Total 911
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