Articles tagged Singer Motors Ltd.

Page 16 of November 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, November 1936

A Guide to 1938 High Performance Sports Car

A Guide to 1938 High Performance Sports Cars (Continued from the October Issue) The following specifications arrived too late to be included in our article of last month, and in order for the article to be as comprehensive as possible, we are publishing them underneath. MORGAN British. Morgan Motor Co. Ltd. Pickersleigh Road, Malvern Link, Worcs. 4/4. 4 cyl., 63 x 19, 1,122 c.c., 9.8 h.p. Tax £7...

Page 18 of September 1943 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, September 1943

Club news

750 Club The 750 Club held its monthly meeting for members and non-members at the "Chez August," in Compton Street, on August 7th. There was a smaller attendance than usual, only 16 persons sitting down to lunch, and for the first time no members of the fair sex were present. Private owners just predominated over the Trade, both amateur and professional. Everyone talked with gusto, and many lines...

Page 6 of April 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, April 1939

Another Under 300 Sport Car

ANOTHER UNDER /300 SPORTS-CAR The class of sports-cars under i300 is fortunately filling up again. We have announced the new H.R.G. and the Le Mans Morgan 4/4. Last month Singer Motors, Ltd., announced an open fourseater, costing 069, and, with various items of extra equipment, available at a total cost of 1,181 17s. Very sagely, this new Singer is not termed a sports model, thereby freeing it...

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Re-Discovering West-Country Trials Hills With A Singer Roadster

An Economical Overhead Camshaft Open Four-Seater in the Pre-War Sports-Car Tradition Visits Some M.C.C. "Observed Sections" In my article in the July issue of Motor Sport on the meagre number of small open sports cars now available on the British market, I quoted the Singer Roadster as the sole remaining example of this type of car in the 1,100-c.c. category. Several readers have since pointed...

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British High-Performance Cars for 1947

Never before has the British Motor Industry been more deserving of publicity. By its contribution to the war effort it most certainly ensured our present Freedom, and the Peace which politicians are making so precarious and comfortless. Nevertheless, seldom has a nation looked more successfully to its export market so soon after the termination of war. And never before has the British Motor...

Page 16 of November 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, November 1937

A Guide to 1938 High Performance Sports Cars

A Guide to 1938 High Performance Sports Cars (Continued from the October Issue) The following specifications arrived too late to be included in our article of last month, and in order for the article to be as comprehensive as possible, we are publishing them underneath. MORGAN British. Morgan Motor Co. Ltd. Pickersleigh Road, Malvern Link, Worcs. 4/4. 4 cyl., 63 x 19, 1,122 c.c., 9.8 h.p. Tax £7...

Page 39 of December 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, December 1937

THE DEARTH OF SMALL SPORTS CARS

THE DEARTH OF SMALL SPORTS CARS THE small, inexpensive sports-car has flourished exceedingly in this country, particularly the class of car which has a moderately high output engine capable of holding its own over long periods of hard service and pulling low gears that enable it to perform well under slime-storming conditions. In the past there has been a quite excellent range from which to make...

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