Car was commissioned by Pfaff and delivered three years ago.
Odometer shows only 595km.
Car was originally purchased from Singer by Pfaff for just shy of $1 million.
Singer is a tuning company that takes a 964 generation Porsche 911 and transforms it into something glorious, magical even. Years ago, I was able to go to Singer in southern California and meet the man behind the operation: Rob Dickinson. To hear his words, and to see his crew working on the cars, one can understand why no more than 50 are built per year at an average price of over $650,000. There’s one for sale in Canada right now and it is very unique.
The Pfaff Commission car was delivered to its new owners in early 2017. If you search for the car online, you’ll find plenty of images and stories about this particular Singer 911. It was ordered by Chris Pfaff for almost $1 million and since its arrival, has covered less than 600km.
This gorgeous automobile features the delectable Ed Pink Racing Engines optimized 390-horsepower 4.0-litre flat-6 cylinder and 993 Porsche 911 6-speed manual transmission. The carbon-fibre body panels, which shave 300lbs off the 964’s curb weight, are painted Albert Blue while the cabin is a combination of red leather and orange and blue tartan basket-weave trim.
Each of these cars requires more than 4,000 man-hours to complete and they are all unique. So far, about 150 Singer 911s have been built and it’s doubtful they will build thousands. These cars are nothing short of works of art and all indications point to the fact that they will appreciate. This specific 1991 Porsche 911 Reimagined By Singer is for sale for $1.4 million, down from $1.5 million. It is being offered by Automobile Etcetera.