1934 Singer 9 Le Mans

Has now moved on to pastures new, not far though I am pleased to say.

1st registered 18th May 1934 in London
Reg no: AYP538
Chassis no: 60320
Engine no: (possibly) 55544
Body no: F348

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Here is my 1934 Singer Le Mans. I have known this car for about 15 years, so when the chance to buy it came about, I had to sadly move the TR4 on.

Singer Le Mans 1934

She is in very good condition as the body had extensive restoration in the 1970s and has rarely been used in the wet, or winter.

The engine has had a Minor modification - as in Morris 1000. The original engine comes with the car and will eventually be re-united.

The car works very well but has benefited from me closely looking at all the items which have not had much use during the last 10 years, just 2034 miles travelled.

The car had been owned by the previous family for 40 years near Pershore. There are 5 known owners previous to this dating back to 1961, Camborne Cornwall, Renhold Beds and Huntingdon Chester are areas where the car has resided.

Basic details are

1st registered 18th May 1934 in London
Chassis number 60320
Engine number (possibly) 55544

I now have a certificate issued by the Singer Owners CLub which contains the factory build information for the car. The owner is listed as S. Harris. This likely to be Samuel Harris of 82-84 Wardour Street, and that address appears to have been a film laboratory at that time.

Here is list of known work carried out since 1970

The Car Various pictures

Out and About - various events and trips

Back Axle - it started with a probable worn rear wheel bearing and progressed into a diff and one halfshaft replacement exercise.

Updated November 28, 2015

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