We all know the stigma associated with Porshe and ripping down the autobahn at speeds far from the limits of U.S. roads, but leave it to the custom work of Stinger to take this masterpiece of an automobile and place it at the start line of the Baja 1000. The Singer ACS Safari 911 is an absolute monster in appearance and depending on who has pulled up alongside you, the SAFARI 911 is 100% nightmare juice.
The body of this beast comes from a 1990 964-gen 911 with a twin-turbo air-cooled 3.6-liter flat six pulling around 450bhp, which can be easily adjusted pending the demands of the event. There is a spare tire in front and back for when things get interesting and keeping the frame level at speed is a one of a kind long-travel suspension with two five-way adjustable dampers at each corner… meaning this 911 should roll over anything in its way… at speed.
And while this 911 is almost too much to handle looking at the exterior, the interior is a spectacle all on its own. With red and black bleeding throughout the seats, gizmos, steering wheel, and shift knob, the insides are spec’d for a quick trip to the grocery but more importantly keeping things secured while traversing the far corners of the world. And taking custom to the limits, Singer has added a one of a kind splatter paint job to the underside of the hood and on the seats making this off-road Porshe nearly impossible to replicate.
All said and done this ACS Safari 911 was the brainchild of a valued customer that never would’ve seen the light of day without the intricate and mind-bending efforts of Singer. And while the saying goes, “if you have to ask, you probably can’t afford it”, this 911 is said to hold a 7 figure price tag… and there were two built, one for the off-road and a red one, a little more oriented towards the pavement.