If you missed out on the chance to pick up one of the 500 examples of the Porsche 911 GT2 RS but still want to spend more than $200,000 on a rear-wheel-drive Porsche, you might want to give the folks at Singer Vehicle Design a call.
The crew at Singer, you see, specializes in tucking modern 911 mechanicals underneath classic 911 bodywork. There’s a 410 horsepower 3.8 liter flat-six residing in back, with Bilstein coilovers for modern handling and Brembo brakes for 21st century stopping power. The green car you see here is the first production car, though calling this a “production” vehicle is like calling Olivia Wilde a “pretty” girl. It’s so much more special than that.
Should the pictures above spark a desire to learn more about the Singer 911, you can download the PDF version of the 2011 version’s pricing and options here. Be warned: once you start speccing out your dream Singer 911 in your head, you may find the rest of your day headed down the tubes. [via Autoblog, Singer Vehicle Design]