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Overview

Like so many other British car-makers Singer first built bicycles at the turn of the last century. By 1905 the company had built its first motorcar and continued to grow in size throughout the 1920's until it had become the third largest auto-maker in the UK. In these early pre-war days Singer offered lightweight sport models to rival the likes of MG and Riley.

Post-war Singer continued to build its Singer Nine model which was a serious rival to the MG T-Series. In 1947 the company launched its lack-lustre model, the SM1500. The SM1500 was the first in a long line of saloon models which would follow from the Rootes owned company. By the mid-1960's Singer was just another name used to badge-engineer cars built on shared Rootes platforms and this led to the marques disappearance in the mid-1970's.

Models produced by Singer

1.5-Litre

1.5-Litre

1933-1937

10/26 Limousine

10/26 Limousine

1925-1925

11

11

1934-1937

14/34

14/34

1926-1928

2 Litre

2 Litre

1933-1933

8

8

1926-1926

9 Le Mans

9 Le Mans

1935-1935

Bantam

Bantam

1936-1938

Bantam

Bantam

1939-1940

Chamois

Chamois

1964-1970

Chamois Coupe

Chamois Coupe

1967-1970

Chamois Sport

Chamois Sport

1966-1970

Fourteen

Fourteen

1933-1933

Gazelle

Gazelle

1967-1970

Gazelle I

Gazelle I

1956-1957

Gazelle II

Gazelle II

1957-1958

Gazelle IIIC

Gazelle IIIC

1961-1963

Gazelle V

Gazelle V

1963-1965

Gazelle VI

Gazelle VI

1965-1967

Hunter

Hunter

1954-1956

Hunter 75

Hunter 75

1955-1956

Junior 8HP

Junior 8HP

1927-1932

New Gazelle

New Gazelle

1967-1970

New Vogue

New Vogue

1966-1970

Nine Le Mans

Nine Le Mans

1933-1937

Nine Roadster

Nine Roadster

1939-1949

Nine Roadster 4A

Nine Roadster 4A

1949-1950

Nine Sports

Nine Sports

1933-1937

Roadster 4AD

Roadster 4AD

1951-1955

Senior

Senior

1928-1929

Six

Six

1929-1931

SM Roadster

SM Roadster

1951-1955

SM1500

SM1500

1947-1954

SMX

SMX

1953-1953

Super Nine

Super Nine

1937-1937

Super Six

Super Six

1930-1931

Super Ten

Super Ten

1938-1949

Super Twelve

Super Twelve

1938-1949

Ten

Ten

1907-1907

Ten

Ten

1913-1916

Ten

Ten

1927-1932

Vogue I

Vogue I

1961-1962

Vogue II

Vogue II

1962-1964

Vogue III

Vogue III

1964-1965

Vogue IV

Vogue IV

1965-1966

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