Singer Nine Roadster
1939-1949, 2500 produced.
Convertible,2 doors,4 seats
Prior to 1939 Singer had been one of Britains largest passenger car manufacturers, however following the end of WW2 Singer found itself in the sink-or-swim, "export or die" situation facing all of the nations car producers. Luckily Singer had the perfect pre-war model to woo sports car hungry export markets, the Nine Roadster.
Essentially the post-war Nine was unchanged from the 1939 model, this meant "Easi-clean" road wheels, a three-speed gearbox and mechanical brakes. The engine was Singers very willing overhead cam unit measuring 1074cc and developing 36bhp. Production of the Nine Roadster continued until 1949.
|1074cc||S4 OHC||60mm x 95mm||6.9|
|Drivetrain||Steering||Front Suspension||Rear Suspension|
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|70 mph||32 mpg||36 bhp|
|Description||Auctioneer||Date||Hammer Price||Hammer Price
|01||Singer Nine 4A Tourer||H&H Sales Limited||16 Feb 2012||-||£3300.00|
|557||Singer 4A Roadster (1948)||Cheffins||22 Jun 2002||£3650.00||-|
|234||Singer Nine Tourer (1947)||RTS Auctions Ltd||16 Apr 2000||£3750.00||-|
|018||Singer Nine Roadster (1947)||H&H Sales Limited||19 Nov 1997||Not sold|
|014||Singer Nine Roadster (1947)||BCA||2 Jun 1997||Not sold|
|031||Singer Nine Roadster (1947)||BCA||10 Feb 1997||£9500.00||-|
|601||Singer Roadster Tourer (1939)||Sothebys||25 Nov 1996||-||£437.00|
|032||Singer Nine (1947)||ADT||24 Jul 1995||Not sold|
|053||Singer Nine (1947)||ADT||18 Jul 1994||£3800.00||-|
|037||Singer Roadster (1947)||ADT||11 Apr 1994||Not sold|
|007||Singer Nine (1946)||ADT||11 Oct 1993||£3000.00||-|