425 HP Air-Cooled Flat-Six 4.0L Powerhouse
The vocalist stands out as unquestionably superb when it comes to creating iconic Porsche 911 sports vehicles. There’s no doubt that he/she is in a league of his/her own when it comes to drafting these classic automobiles.
There have always been competitors for this designation, particularly Gunther Werks & RWB. Yet, this remarkable Porsche 964 genesis does not originate from either of these renowned manufacturers.
Allen Bischofberger from Fogline Industries put a great deal of effort into this Porsche 911, resulting in an asking cost of $1.2 million. This amount far eclipses the price of a Singer, but can this particular Porsche 964 stand amongst the champ of the classic Porsche builds?
The construction boasts a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated air-cooled flat-six unit, offering up 425hp at 7,800 rpm with a delightful sound. Connecting to its titanium exhaust system, the mechanical masterpiece features no catalytic converters but mute power through mufflers.
The metalworker situated a special bumper with allocated ports in the front which furnish the brakes, oil cooler and A/C condenser. If you then glance to the side, you will observe a set of bespoke 18-inch Augment Wheels trios. The sides of the tires for both the front and back measure 265 mm (10.4 inches) and 305 mm (12 inches), separately.
Behind the wheels are six-piston, 15-inch Brembo braking calipers paired with adjustable coilovers from JRZ suspension. Carbon fiber panels have been extensively utilized to make this vehicle light in weight, however this does show in the cost. Weight approximations are around 2,700 pounds.
Possibly the grandest feature of this vehicle is the tasteful interior by DJ Interiors Custom. The interior is mainly a blue color featuring golden accents, producing a majestic and exquisite look. To top off the inside, personalized components add to the ambience – think dials and stirrups.
Also integrated is a smaller screen with Apple CarPlay, designed in a manner that won’t be visually overwhelming to preserving the iconic Porsche cabin. An e-brake replaces the traditional handbrake, perfectly complimenting the custom Recaro seats and Sparco steering wheel for an impressive interior style.
No matter one’s opinion on this construction, the only assessment that is significant is from the client who is able and ready to allot $1.2 million for a project distinct from frequent Porsche architects.