1929 Singer 9 Junior Tourer
Reg. no. UO 9958
Chassis no. 14367
Engine no. 14719
In September 1926 the Singer Junior was launched and it became one of the Coventry firms' most successful models. The single overhead camshaft, four-cylinder, 848cc engine was a design subsequently employed by the marque for their successful trials and Le Mans sports cars in the 1930s. Capable of up to 46mpg and costing £129, a Junior represented excellent value for money, so much so that the majority of the 100 cars a day that Singer were producing in 1929 were Juniors, securing them third place among British motor manufacturers only being beaten by Morris and Austin. This lovely example is part of a collection from a deceased estate, and it has clearly been restored at some stage. Believed to be in good all-round condition, this car would ideally suit light car events and is capable of carrying the whole family. The car may require some minor recommissioning following a period of storage. It is offered with a V5c.
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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.
Rare 1931 Singer Junior - Completely Original condition. Runs/Drives. All hand books original owners club, books, brass, headlights, jager le couture speedo. Not many of these left in this model in.....
Imported from Australia a few years ago, engine rebuilt there in 2003, twin carbs fitted at same time, current owner has repainted the car and fitted new hood and side screens, runs sweetly with twin.....