Singer Octagon Commission is a delicious looking classic 911


If you like classics, you’re surely going to love this Singer’s rendition of a 964-based 911. Called ‘Octagon Commission’, the carbon fibre bodywork is finished in Sherlock Blue with “light ghosted stripes” and champagne lettering⁣.


Complementing the bodywork are Fuchs-style 17-inch retro wheels and carbon ceramic brakes with calipers in champagne finish with black lettering. Taking the retro looks to another level are the talbot mirrors. Singer has also added what appears to be projector headlights.

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Inside, the Sherlock Blue color goes really well with the Cognac leather upholstery and dashboard inserts. The reimagined classic features 4-way adjustable sports seats, a stereo system and electric windows.

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Other intricate details include the tachometer face in Singer Racing Orange with cream markings and a neat little Singer badging on the passenger side dashboard.

In addition, the front luggage compartment area or the “frunk” is also upholstered in Cognac quilted leather to match the cabin.


Powering the Octagon Commission 911 is a modified 4.0L air-cooled flat-six motor paired with a 6-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels. The engine specifications are not disclosed but does that really matter?

Source: Singer

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