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    Default Singer 911

    Porsche 911 has become a very advanced machine, an engineering marvel. But in terms of style itís gone backward. What you need is a Porsche that goes like the modern 911 but looks like the old one.

    If only such a thing existed!

    Yep, thatís the idea behind the Singer 911. They took the body of a vintage 911, tweaked its design a bit, and bolted on a modern underpinning theyíve borrowed from different new models.
    Full article here: http://www.motorward.com/2011/03/pro...-911-revealed/





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    So nice!!!
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    Default Re: Singer 911

    I dont like green, but thats sexy

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    i threw up in my mouth a little



    but hey, that tastes better than the dildo the owner of that porsche's boyfriend pulled out of his pooper

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    I know its no SVT but do you really need to be that rude????
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    I like the look but for 200K + a 993 you can do much better...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GINCH View Post
    I know its no SVT but do you really need to be that rude????
    sorry *hugs*

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    want!

    wishlist would also include a 959....
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    Quote Originally Posted by RONDAL View Post
    want!

    wishlist would also include a 959....
    Now we are talking!!!

    Orange works too!

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    So. Effing. Sick.

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    Looks better in orange. The wheel sizes are a bit strange, the wheel widths are far too big for the rubber. They've put 225 tyres on a 9" rim and 275 on 11" rears. I don't like the stretched look at the best of times and it looks wrong on a 911.

    What's the silver disk in the middle of the bonnet for? If it's the fuel filler which would be a pain in the arse to get to. There is another filler behind the passenger door, could this be the fuel filler.

    I'd rather have a 993 RS.

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    I would say they would have some serious rubbing issues with tires much wider, kind of gives it an old school race car look IMO. The front filler is for the optional fuel cell system and the passenger side filler is for oil, also an option, can have the normal fuel filler if you don't select the options. I did some reading on the spec sheet earlier
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    theres no way you could run rims that wide without stretch, you'd rub everything off.
    they setup looks sick and very 80's racer esque.

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    I want one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianCoupe View Post
    Looks better in orange. The wheel sizes are a bit strange, the wheel widths are far too big for the rubber. They've put 225 tyres on a 9" rim and 275 on 11" rears.
    The tires are barely stretched. 225mm is 8.86", and 275mm is 10.83"
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