One of the items on my ever-growing bucket list is to someday have a Singer 911 parked happily in my garage. Why? First and foremost, it's a 911, but of equal importance is the fact that no two Singer machines are exactly alike. This bespoke quality, combined with the host of driving enhancements and that classic, air-cooled style, are what make the Singer 911 so desirable. In this short interview, we get the chance to meet the man behind Singer Vehicle Design, Creative Director Rob Dickinson.
"The only thing(s) I can do well are the things that I feel passionately about... I feel just as attached to these cars that we restore as I do to the music that I make," says Dickinson.
After leaving a decade-long career as the frontman for English alt-rock band Catherine Wheel, Dickinson turned his focus to cars, or what he refers to as his "second act." Check out the video below to learn about what motivates him, and in turn what motivates Singer to produce what could truly be considered works of art.