Singer’s unique brand of beautiful Porsche 911 restorations is coming Down Under.
The Californian company has teamed up with Zagame to help buyers order, specify, and service Singer vehicles in Australia and New Zealand.
Singer already has cars on the road in New Zealand, and the first cars will be arriving in Australia later in 2021.
Founded in 2009, the team at Singer takes classic (964-generation) Porsche 911 body shells and refurbishes, or reimagines, them from the ground up. Each car is unique, specced to perfectly match the buyer’s deepest and darkest desires.
The car pictured is called the North Island Commission, “one of the first” Singer cars on the road in New Zealand.
Power comes from a 3.8-litre air-cooled flat-six engine, wrapped in carbon-fibre bodywork painted Olive green. It packs a manual transmission.
The cabin is home to four-way adjustable, more comfort-oriented “touring” seats trimmed in Chocolate Brown.
A quick flick through the Singer catalogue reveals cars in every colour of the rainbow, all-wheel and rear-wheel drive, and with bespoke options ranging from rally-style spotlights to ski racks.
“It’s so exciting to be reaching out to new audiences. We’re humbled to be in touch with enthusiasts in Australia and New Zealand who wish to commission our services in pursuit of their personal vision for the ultimate air-cooled 911,” said Rob Dickinson, founder of Singer.
“We’re thrilled to be collaborating with these owners and to be building a strong local presence. As our client group expands around the world, we need partners of the highest calibre to look after them.
“I’m delighted that Zagame Automotive Group will be there to support our amazing owners in Australia and New Zealand.”
Singer joins Ferrari, McLaren, Lamborghini, Pagani, Aston Martin, and Rolls-Royce in the Zagame stable Down Under.