Classic Porsche values seem to rise with each passing day. Cars that were once attainable as second-hand classics now have astronomic price tags attached, and it seems as though there is no end to the escalation.
We’re all pretty aware of the Porsche resto-mod creations from US firm Singer Vehicle Designs. If you don’t know about this company and the desirable machines they produce, then click here. The Porsche 911 resto-mod/recreation business seems to be gathering momentum as more firms are keen to get in on the act.
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A new arrival
One such firm is Theon Design from the UK. Theon Design has a similar approach to Singer in that it reimagines old 911s according to the wishes of buyers. The car in the video below is a good example of what can be done to an old 911.
The grey car boasts a Porsche motorsport engine sourced from an old racecar. It develops 225 kW in a car that weighs approximately one ton… nice.
Watch and listen as Tiff Needell joins the guys from Lovecars to enjoy two restored 911s from yesteryear that have been given a new lease on life.