Rootes Cars of the 50s, 60s, 70s.
A Pictorial history by David Rowe, 145 pages of photos of all Rootes cars of the era. A must for any Rootes Singer or other Rootes car enthusiast.
Roadster Repairs Revisited
30 years-worth of articles written for the ‘Singer Owner’ on all aspects of Roadster ownership along with the main contemporary Road Tests makes this the most comprehensive and informative book on this versatile open-topped car.
Published by the Singer Owners’ Club, A4 size, over 300 pages, illustrated, colour and B&W photos.
Vol 2 Roadster Repairs Revisited
Ashley Crossland's writings on all matters Roadster since Vol. 1 was published in 2012. Subjects include body-work, electrical and mechanical matters, spare parts interchangeability and specific restoration topics.
He has also added greatly to the history of the Roadster and the Singer company's history of the time.
Published by the Singer Owners' Club, A4 size, 242 pages, many illustrations and nearly 200 colour and B&W photos.
A compilation of 30 years of articles for the ‘Singer Owner’ covering many aspects of life with a 1930s Singer. Stories such as 'an obscure misfire', 'a slipping clutch', 'king pin trouble' and 'a potted history of Singer Sports cars, all written in Ian Blackburn's unique style.
Includes additional photographs and exploded drawings and is fully indexed.
Published by the Singer Owners’ Club, A4 size, 102 pages. Colour and B&W photos.
10hp Light Car
Written by Colin Borley, the Singer Owners' Club's Vintage Registrar for over 20 years. Colin, together with co-author Kevin Atkinson traces the design and development of this truly revolutionary vehicle and documents nearly all the known examples. Includes many contemporary road tests and articles.
Published by the Singer Owners’ Club, A4 size, 120 pages. Colour and B&W photos.
Singer Cars of the Rootes Group
A compilation of road tests, advertisements, articles, company memos and press releases on the Singer cars produced from 1949 until the demise of the name in 1970. Includes a brief history of each model, a foreword by John Simister and cover illustrations by Richard Wheatland.
Published by the Singer Owners’ Club, A4 size, 246 pages.
The Rootes Story
Written by Geoff Carverhill who with a comprehensive text and over 400 photos tells the story of the Rootes group.
The Rootes Group
This 64 page A5 format book by Richard Loveys relates the history of the Rootes Group (1913-1978) and its subsidiaries-Hillman, Humber, Singer, Sunbeam, Karrier and Commer. Richard details the Group's history and leading car models from its creation as a car dealership through its transition into motor manufacture and expansion by taking companies over and developing their car and commercial vehicle range to its demise in 1978. Profusely illustrated with images from the Rootes Archive Centre. Free UK p&p.
Art Deco and British Car Design
Written by Barrie Down this book portrays many of the streamlined cars made between 1933 and 1936 and includes a chapter on the Singer Coupés and the Airstream.
The book is at a considerably discounted price.
The Singer Story - OUT OF PRINT
The definitive history of ‘our’ marque. Kevin Atkinson's book details the story and fortunes of George Singer, the company, the models and the competitors. All are thoroughly documented in 250 pages and 280 illustrations and photographs, many of which have not been seen before.
Badges and Gift Items
New range coming soon…
Leather Hip Wallet (Men's Black)
Desktop Notebook (Black)
Cufflinks (Chrome, engraved)
Key Ring (Black leather with green enamelled badge)
Club Lapel Badge
Singer Lapel Badge
1930s radiator badge reproduced as a 25mm lapel badge with butterfly fixing. Nickel plated with black enamel infill. Price includes UK postage.
Green with gold lettering - holds 16 'Singer Owmers
Teddy Bear with scarf
Black with gold SOC badge, holds 36 7' x 5' (17cm x 12cm) photos
Car Badge (Chrome)
Cotton Tote Bag
Free when you purchase items to the value of £30.00 or more
Keep calm sticker
36 x 25 (90cm x 63cm). Printed in 1976 to commemorate 100 years since George Singer started his bicycle business, a limited number are now available again. The poster shows all the popular models and many now rare or even extinct, from first bicycle in 1876 to last car in 1970.
Embroidered SOC badge
65mm OD, Iron on, ideal for overalls etc. Price includes UK postage.