Porsche 911 3.2 Wide Body Singer Inspired - £29,995
After finding that ideal donor car and picturing the dream, sending it over the states for a $300,000+ makeover would be enough to make anyone's eyes water.
Building excitement into any 911 does cost money however, and no matter how you go about doing it you can always spend that little bit more.
Exactly what appears to have been executed rather well with this reworked 911.
Lightweight glass fibre wings, bumpers and rs style ducktail have been fitted and give the car its wide bodied hot rod look, it is complemented suitably by the use of custom made 3 piece split rim fuchs.
Finished in Daytona Grey the car looks rather subtle but caught in the right light it takes on a rather more menacing and masculine appearance.
Teardrop mirrors work well with rounded arches, and the black rs door handles and deck lid grill finish the look off nicely.
A sportsound stainless steel exhaust fills the cabin with sound, and when sat snugly inside the supportive bucket seats, the dished Momo wheel alcantara dash and lightweight RS door cards and carpets certainly give the racecar sensations to match the cars bold exterior.
Mechanically the car remains reliably standard bar an ECU upgrade boosting power to around the 250 mark.
A recent gearbox overhaul with new clutch provides condfident shifting, and a host of other recent bills and reciepts re-assures a comprehensive transformation has been well executed.
Naturally if fit and finish are a priority then steel would have always been the material of choice, however, with the additional weight saving provided by the panels, combined with horsepower increase this makes for an invigorating and well balanced car.
911's dont come much more striking than this, and it would certainly be difficult to buy and build a car of this nature for anywhere near the asking price, not to mention the time it takes to do so.