There’s something incredible that happens when talented craftsmen and engineers are turned loos on a project with seemingly no restrictions. That is doubly true if the project is designed to take an existing idea out to its furthers logical point of development. We all know that the classic rally 911s are killer. They look all tough with larger tires and the raised suspension. They were not just for looks, either. Those things won the major rallies that they competed in over the years. So what about taking that concept, bringing it to Singer, the ultimate builder of one-off resto-mod style Porsches and let them go with it?
You end up with the ACS which is a study in design, performance, and engineering that is on the level of legitimately anything you will find in the automotive world. From the hypercars of Europe to the insane bespoke hot rods of America, this thing holds its own on every angle with the things do with the build. The car started as a 1990 Porsche 964. About the only thing left of that is the roof, seemingly. The rest of the body is all custom made. The engine is a twin turbocharged 3.6L air-cooled flat six that makes 450hp but can be worked up if the conditions demand it.
This walk around is really great. This car is stunning. This era that we live in of the automotive age is beyond description.