By Jason Torchinsky | Jalopnik | May 13, 2013
We’ve all got favorite cars. One of those cars exists in our minds as a hypothetical über-favorite car, one built from all the best traits of every year our favorite car was made. For most of us, this remains a drool-producing daydream, but not for the people at Singer. They’re actually building these no-longer-imaginary cars.
For Singer (especially its founder ex-Catherine Wheel frontman Rob Dickinson) that car is the Porsche 911. And while Singer doesn’t build 911s — I had to sign a multi-page document confirming that I absolutely understood that Singer is not building entire cars that they call 911s — they do restore and largely rebuild Porsche 911s, and the resulting car is known as the Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer or something like that. But I’ll just call these cars 911s, and you’ll know what I mean and nobody will get sued. Deal?