We are pleased to offer this 1990 Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer. A beautiful representation of Singer’s craftsmanship and impeccable attention to detail, the Sundown Commission is finished in Horizon Blue Metallic over a bespoke Chestnut suede-mix special leather weave interior. It carries a G50 6-speed manual gearbox paired with a hand-built 4.0L flat-six specially developed by Ed Pink Racing Engines in California. Other features include Ohlins suspension, large Brembo brakes, and nickel-plated exterior trim. Completed in July of 2016 after a year-long build process, this Singer was formerly owned by Adam Levine of the band Maroon 5 and is now in possession of legendary racing driver Graham Rahal. A truly outstanding build with less than 2,500 miles traveled since completion, this Reimagined 911 is now being offered for auction by Graham Rahal Performance out of Indiana.
The Sundown Commission is finished in Paint to Sample Horizon Blue Metallic, a shade originally offered by Porsche as a special-order color on the 964 models. Upon commencement of the build, this 911 was comprehensively disassembled before the unibody was media blasted to bare metal and treated for rust prevention. The chassis received additional reinforcements and custom fabrication to accomodate the new backdated carbon fiber bodywork. Modern lighting is also incorporated including state-of-the-art Hella Bi-Xenon headlights which were developed for P1 Prototype race cars. Custom exterior details include nickel-plated bumperettes and window trim, a classic “911” decklid badge, Midnight Blue brake calipers, and 17” forged RS wheels with a black and nickel finish. New Michelin tires have been recently installed in preparation for sale.
The cabin is appointed with Chestnut suede-mix special leather weave upholstery as well as square-weave carpeted floorboards and leather covered interior panels. The custom Recaro Touring seats feature matching brown piping, decorative brass grommets, and 8-way power adjustment. The rear compartment includes folding seat backrests, seatbelts, and a leather-wrapped central tunnel. A leather-wrapped MOMO Prototipo steering wheel sits ahead of a black dashboard including early-style 911 gauges with green markings and a Hi-Fi upgraded stereo system with a subwoofer. The seller confirms all gauges and accessories to be fully functional.
Beneath the nickel-plated rear decklid grille lies a naturally aspirated 4.0L flat-six which has been meticulously developed and hand-built by the engineers at Ed Pink Racing Engines in California. This engine retains the case of a 964 and uses a custom crankshaft along with new pistons, cylinders, connecting rods, cams, cylinder heads, throttle bodies, a custom intake plenum, and an optimized lightweight stainless-steel exhaust. The engine is paired with a MoTeC M1 series ECU operating in conjunction with dual MoTeC Power Distribution Modules and Bosch components that replace the entire fuse system.
As much as 400 HP and 315 lb.-ft of torque are sent to the rear wheels through a custom close-ratio 6-speed G50 manual gearbox with a limited-slip differential. An optional Ohlins suspension is equipped along with Brembo steel brakes. The original rack and pinion steering system has also been replaced in favor of the improved 993 design. Each Singer 911 is thoroughly tuned and tested prior to delivery, and its onboard data logging and diagnostics abilities allow remote access for service wherever the car is located.
This sale will include a collection of orignal documentation and a clean title. With customers waiting years in advance for a commission of their own, this beautifully appointed Singer offers a perfect opportunity for anyone looking to skip the line and get directly behind the wheel of a Reimagined 911.