Singer Reimagines Classic Beauty: 1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe Goes Under the Hammer at Mecum Auctions

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A Rare Masterpiece in Namibia Yellow with Ed Pink-Built Powertrain

Mecum Auctions is set to feature a stunning 1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe reimagined by Singer at its Kissimmee 2024 auction, captivating enthusiasts with its lightweight design and unique Namibia Yellow color. The auction, spanning from today until January 14, presents an opportunity for collectors to acquire a truly special and rare piece of automotive craftsmanship.

Carbon Fiber Artistry and Unique Exterior Features:

Singer’s signature touch is evident in the carbon fiber panels adorning the car, including fenders, bumpers, front hood, rear deck lid, and roof.
The previous owner added distinctive exterior elements, such as external fuel and oil filler caps, nickel-plated bumperettes, and a gold-colored Singer badge.

Namibia Yellow: A Striking Aesthetic Choice:

The standout feature of this Porsche is its unique Namibia Yellow color, complemented by ghosted stripes and brown Porsche lettering, reminiscent of the dunes at Sossusvlei.
The choice of color reflects the owner’s connection to Namibia, adding a personal and visually captivating touch to the vehicle.

Rare Ed Pink-Built Powertrain:

Powering the 911 Carrera 2 Coupe is an Ed Pink-built 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-six engine, coupled with a six-speed manual transaxle transmission.
Ed Pink’s recent retirement makes this one of the last powertrains hand-built by the legendary engine builder, featuring individual throttle bodies for a distinctive performance.
While specific power figures were not provided by Mecum, the expectation is at least 400 horsepower, promising an exhilarating driving experience.

Performance Features and Control:

The lightweight body combined with the potent engine results in a thrilling driving experience.
Equipped with essential performance features, including a limited-slip differential, staggered width 17-inch Fuchs-style wheels with Michelin Sport 4S tires, Ohlins adjustable shock absorbers, and Brembo cross-drilled and ventilated disc brakes with red calipers.

Luxurious Interior Inspired by Namibia:

The interior boasts Bone White leather, paying homage to Namibia’s Skeleton Coast.
Attention to detail is evident with brass ventilation grommets, matte black pedals, Momo Prototipo steering wheel in black leather, and an orange dial around the tachometer, reaching up to 11,000 RPM.
Despite its high-performance nature, the car is surprisingly luxurious, featuring air conditioning, power windows, and a Porsche Classic navigation sound system.

Auction Estimate and Collector Appeal:

Anticipated to fetch between $1.2 million and $1.3 million, this Singer reimagined Porsche is expected to attract serious collectors.
Singer’s reputation for transforming classic Porsches into bespoke masterpieces ensures that this auctioned piece will hold both historical and artistic value.
As this rare Singer creation takes the spotlight at Mecum Auctions, automotive enthusiasts and collectors alike eagerly await the opportunity to acquire a meticulously crafted and uniquely styled piece of automotive history.