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Singer Le Mans

Singer Le Mans Published: 9th Sep 2016 - 0 Comments - Be the first, contribute now!

Singer Le Mans
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A genuine, if far less popular rival to the MG T Series, any car daring to wear the title of ‘Le Mans’ must have some sporting potential and the so-badged Singer, made between 1933 and 1937, was rightly compared to MG Midgets of that era. In 1935, Singers competed at Le Mans and came first, third, fourth, sixth and seventh in its class! Today, these cars are much coveted and loved for their style, nippy nature (especially the rarer Sports Specials) and exclusivity. If you’ve had your fill of the MG Ts, then you could do a lot worse than give this sportster a spin along with the later Nine and RM derivatives, and all usually at prices half that of a comparable T Series.

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