From the late twenties to the mid thirties, the Singer Car Company was a prolific manufacturer of a wide range of automobiles. In fact, by 1928, the company had become the third largest manufacturer of private cars in England, thanks largely to the success of the popular Singer Junior.
What really began to set Singer apart from the rest of the crowd, however, was their success in the trials and reliability sporting events of the day. During the early thirties, sports cars in many cases were thinly disguised competition vehicles.These were cars that could be driven on the road as normal transport during the week, and with little more preparation than the removal of a spare wheel, could be entered in a sporting competition on the weekend, with a reasonable chance of success.Accordingly, by the early thirties, Singer had introduced a wide variety of sports cars that seemed to cover just about every niche of the market.
The following historical information and articles have been submitted by club members for reference purposes in the interests of assisting in the accurate restoration and identification of Singer automobiles and to generally increase the awareness of the place that Singer cars hold in automotive history.
All information is submitted by club members at their own initiative and represents their views and best attempts to maintain historical accuracy and fair representation of the marque.
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