Turns out Singer is not the only company who excels at modernizing vintage Porsche 911s, capturing the essence of the original, and present it in a wonderful package that offers the best of both worlds. British firm Theon is the other one, and judging by this Porsche 911 Restomod they have done, they are level ground with Singer.
Actually, Theon might be better than Singer since their cars are more readily available in Europe and although they cost a lot, they are nowhere near as preposterously expensive Singer 911s. This awesome Porsche 911 Restomod here is a 1979 model re-built and modernized with body panels that are caricatures of the original panels, exaggerated in all the right places and given a coat of that lovely Stone Grey paint job we know from the Porsches of yesteryear.
Complementing the wonderful exterior on Theon 911 is a tan leather interior featuring quilted diamond stitched storage and engine bay compartment, stereo and electric windows, as well as Porsche motorsport RS engine, FUCHS 17 inch wheels, custom coilovers and front strut brace. The engine in question is a 3.6 liter flat-six capable of 300bhp connected to a five-speed manual gearbox. With a top speed of 160 mph, this Theon Porsche 911 Restomod has been used for just 599 miles since restoration and can now be yours for £219,995.