Another finely crafted Porsche 911 restomod comes from a tuner other than Singer
If you ask a true car aficionado what vehicle they would most likely go for if they won a million dollars in a lottery, chances are good that you will hear ‘A Singer Porsche 911, naturally.’ Those are undisputable icons, but as competition grows, other tuners come precariously close with their own, much less expensive offerings.
Case in point: this Paul Stephens Clubsport 320, a restomod about equally suited for daily driving and the racetrack. The build quality is frankly amazing: the roof is seamless just like it should be, the side mirrors wear droplet-shaped aerodynamic cowls, and even the engine fan comes painted to match the body. The interior is also a treat with its leather trim and tartan inserts.
Providing the momentum is a stock 3.6-liter flat-six engine connected to a five-speed manual transmission. The rear wheels get hit with 320 PS (316 hp / 235 kW), while a handful of performance upgrades under the hood makes attending track days a no-brainer.
And how much does a properly restored 911 by Paul Stephens cost? Less than you would expect from a project like this: £161,600, or around $202,000 USD.
Editor Andrew Raspopov