Singer 1.5 Litre Sports – 1933

Very rare Singer 1.5 litre Sports roadster in beautiful condition!

Singer was the third largest automobile manufacturer in the UK in the 1920s after Austin and Morris. At the time, Singer was actively involved in racing competitions and the 1.5 liter sports introduced in 1933 became Le Mans 7th and 8th in 1934 and had a successful endurance racing career. Unfortunately, in other rallies and competitions, Singer was unable to continue the success against the fast MGs and Rileys. Only a small number of Singers are left and therefore very rare today. This copy has been completely restored and is in perfect condition! The white exterior combines well with the green leather interior. The engine runs very well and the gearbox shifts smoothly. Technically very well maintained.

This Singer is registered with the Singer owners club.

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Price  0 On request
Kilometers n/a
Color White
Registration Dutch
Transmission Manual
Drive Type Rear
Engine 4 cylinder in-line 1.5L


Year 1933
Make Singer
Model 1.5 Sport
Seats 4
Doors 2
Drive Type Rear
Transmission Type Manual
Fuel Type Gasoline
Engine Displacement (cc) 1493
Engine Type in-line
Engine (l) 1.5
Engine Cylinders 4
Country United Kingdom