How would you spend $200k?
Singer Vehicle Design , the once untapped restomod Porsche 911 market. Today, those 964 generation 911s being given new life by the Los Angeles based company can easily hit the $500,000 mark, depending on customer preferences and, not to mention, budget. But SVD isn’t the only company out there doing awesome 911 restomods. , based in Oyster Bay, New York, focuses on the G-Body 911s, meaning those built from 1973 until 1989.
Like SVD, gives its 911s a complete makeover. As Matt Farah points out in his latest video just before a test spin, this 1979 911 has been media blasted right down to the body, and given a complete exterior repaint, new interior (awesome tartan seats!), modern Fuchs-look wheels, and a new coilover suspension.
And, of course, this sucker is air-cooled. Try a 3.4-liter flat-six making 350 hp. was so anxious for Farrah’s opinion on its work, they actually drove the car cross-country 3,500 miles for the video shoot. Its goal is to build the very best classic 911s possible, and this one, at a cost of $200,000, is awfully tempting. Photos courtesy of .