Located just a half hour northwest of downtown Los Angeles, Singer Vehicle Design is second to no one when it comes to building the most jaw-dropping, drop dead gorgeous Porsches on the planet. And while we continuously believe the crew can’t outdo themselves, they might have done just that with the Porsche Hong Kong 2.
Built on the 964 chassis (’89-94), this thing is a rolling work of art. The vehicle is sporting a clean white paint job with black Porsche branding and matching wheels to boot. Powering the coupe is a re-worked Cosworth tuned 3.8-liter straight six pumping out 360 horses through the dual-piped center exhaust (which probably sounds like pure bliss at WOT). Many of the body’s original parts have been replaced by carbon fiber, and the contrasting blue interior (complete with Recaro racing seats) is the perfect finishing touch. The massive Brembo brakes on all four corners don’t hurt either.
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An abandoned church in Llanera, Asturias was recently converted into a skate park and canvased by artist Okuda San Miguel. With the help of an online fundraising push and support from Red Bull, a collective lead by the “Church Brigade’ salvaged and transformed the space into one of the coolest spots to skate we’ve seen.
The church was originally designed by Manuel del Busto in 1912. Watch Okuda discuss the project and it’s inspirations below.