Ever since the Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer came along, it's sat on the top of every air-cooled enthusiast's wish list. But Singer isn't the only one you can buy a six-figure restored 911 from. There's also GProgramm.
is a small shop located in Oyster Bay, a small town on Long Island in New York. The team specializes in ultra-high quality restorations on G-body 911s, and each build costs around $200,000 all together.
What do you get for $200,000? A lot, actually. Each chassis undergoes a full rotisserie reconditioning and repaint, as well as custom strength welding and front strut bracing. The engine is totally built-to-order, with 3.2- and 3.4-liter options, a choice between carburetors or fuel injection, and a twin-spark option.
The four-piston brakes are sourced from a 986-generation Boxster, while an optional "Leistung" package offers a full adjustable coil-over suspension.
Matt Farah of got a chance to get behind the wheel of a GProgramm 911 to see if all those upgrades are worth the price. Watch for yourself to see what he thinks.