Although a lot of folks go crazy over the Magnus Walker Porsche 911, there's something to be said by a small outfit known as Singer.
The company burst onto the scene in the past couple of years with it's remarkable air-cooled Porsche 911s.
There's a good reason why the Singer Porsche 911 is unlike any other. The attention to detail is unbelievable. As discussed in Jay Leno's Garage, Singer spends approximately 4,000 hours on each product.
Of course, it will cost you. According to Singer's Creative Director, Rob Dickinson, prices start at about $350,000.
If you think that's too much, just hear out Leno and Dickinson in this episode. The Singer 911 is quicker than a Ferrari F430 and 911 GT3 RS — I am assuming that's the 997 generation car. Then there's the high degree of detail. Take, for example, the satin finished mirrors or the carbon fiber-backed sport seats.
And, best of all it's a manual and air-cooled 911. No PDK or water cooling here.
**To learn more about the thinking behind Singer's operations and what makes this 911 SO special, check out the FULL episode below.
Feast your eyes on Singer Vehicle Design's meticulously restored and optimized air-cooled Porsche icon.