Nearly 40 years after its introduction, the Porsche Carrera RS remains an icon of air-cooled aggression that exemplifies the pure and visceral early 911 breed and represents the best of the 1970s racers. However, the car’s rarity—which partly accounts for the $250,000 to $500,000 a collector could pay for an RS—and relatively modest power bring up the question: Can we have a modern-day version that combines all the desirable aspects of the original with greater performance, safety, and refinement? Singer Vehicle Design has answered affirmatively and created the Singer 911, a jewel of automotive artistry that is priced from $190,000 to more than $300,000, depending on options (which are nearly limitless).
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