As noted in the previous thread, I am a huge fan of Singer Vehicle Design's work. Or, shall I say, craftsmanship?

The company that produces some of the most lust worthy 911s is appearing at Monterey Car Week's Quail event with not one, but two all-new cars. They're going to the same owner.

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In the last thread I provided some details around the orange Luxemburg Targa. Well, here's the other vehicle. A gunmetal and tobacco coupe, this is the Minnesota car. Based on a 1994 911, this vehicle features a 3.8-liter flat six-cylinder good for 350 horsepower.

On the inside this car is differentiated from the Targa in that it boasts a pair of old-school-looking Recaros and ditches the tartan style. Using a woven interior, it looks glamorous in any light. In addition, track fiends may notice that there is an installed roll bar and the tachometer is painted a unique shade of blue requested by the owner — it replaces the typical Singer orange color tach.

If you were looking for some motivation this Friday, I can't think of a better way to make you want to get up and do something BIG.

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PEBBLE BEACH: Why Have ONE When You Can Have TWO? Owner Claims SECOND Singer Vehicle Design 911 At Monterey

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