For sale is this very pretty Singer Vogue with only 2 former registered keepers.
First registered in 1962 she is a great survivor of the marque.
She has spent the last 12 years sitting in a warm museum down in the south west, Milford Haven.
Now out in the daylight we have just finished the re-commissioning of this little gem including a complete oil change and top up including the gear box, rear diff and engine oil and filters, also having replaced all the brake and clutch fluids, she now runs a treat!
The body work has been given a mop and polish and albeit she has had paint in the past she now has a nice deep lustre and finish.
There is no rust or rot on this Singer Vogue and the underneath is in fantastic condition, clearly down to her stay in the motor museum for 12 years.
She will come with a fresh MOT when sold, albeit she is Tax and MOT exempt I don’t agree with the exemption rules where an MOT is concerned.
The interior is nice with red carpets and a cream vinyl seats which are also in nice condition.
Complete with period Lucas Fog and Spot Lights.
The engine is strong and pulls well, the engine bay does need a tidy up as you can see in the pictures.
She is NOT concourse however is a very nice usable example of the marque, good investment!
Nice Singer Junior Saloon restoration project.
Good base to start restoration ore transformation to pre war racer.
The body is completele in alluminium and complete.
The car is a rolling project.
Color: Racing green. Chassis (chassis nr 62784) and mechanically rebuilt years ago. Car is absolutely sound in all aspects. 4 Speed gearbox rebuilt, engine fully rebuilt, new wiring, new alternator.....
The Singer 10hp debuted at The Cycle & Motor Cycle Show in November 1912. Because it weighed less than 7cwt and was under 1,100cc in capacity (actually 1,096cc) the 10hp Singer was classed as a cyclecar,.....