Top ten classics with a modern heart
Seen that incredible ’54 AMG SL? Here are ten more classics with a bit of a surprise
Posted: 09 Apr 2014
Porsche 911 by Singer
We'll leave summarising this one to Top Gear mag's Tom Ford:
"The Tao of Singer is simple. Strip it bare, and remake it better. Identify the weak spots and eliminate them. Improve, elasticate the remit, but don't Disneyfy the experience and asset-strip the soul. This is an early Nineties 964 Porsche 911, and there's a confusing aesthetic tangle of earlier 911 design cues littered around the body and interior, and yet - as a whole - it's pretty enough to be a visual punch in the guts. It's as easy to drive as a VW Golf GTI, but as challenging to drive fast as anything you care to mention. The most exciting car ever built by Porsche... isn't."
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