Singer Owners' Club
Founded in 1951
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Welcome to the Singer Owners' Club

Founded in 1951

The Singer Owners'Club has been in existence for 70 years and is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of all Singer cars & vehicles spanning over 100 years of production, be they bicycles, motorcycles, cars or commercials. The Singer Owners' Club offers members a comprehensive range of services:

The 'Singer Owner' is the Singer clubs very popular bi-monthly 44/48 page full colour magazine covering all matters related to Singer cars & vehicles. To see all pages of a typical magazine click here. For a free copy please contact the Secretary.

You can now join the Singer Owners' Club or renew your membership online and pay by credit card, PayPal or direct debit. Just click here and follow the instructions. For new members a current magazine will be sent with your membership card.

Latest News

Directory of Member Recommended Suppliers

The first edition of the Directory of Member Recommended Suppliers is now available on the Club's website. This very comprehensive document has over 400 entries all supplied and recommended by members. Access to the directory is only available for members using the login and password sent out in SingerFlash 2022/030. If you need help either accessing or using the directory please contact Liz Heyer.

Two new Singer films

A short film of the April 2022 Brooklands All Marques Day is now available here in the video archive and a longer film on the June 2022 Singer National Weekend is here. See Singers at Papplewick Pumping Station, Wollaton Hall Industrial Museum, the Great British Car Journey and Newstead Abbey.

 

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About Singer Cars

Singer cars were first built in Coventry in 1905 and from the very early models were always a quality product. Output of Singer cars rapidly increased after the Great War and by 1930 Singer were the third largest car manufacturer in the UK. The majority of the production was saloons but today very few of those exist and the Singer cars that are most sought after are the specialist models made in much smaller numbers such as the 9hp Le Mans the archetypal British sports car.

Post war Singer cars were primarily the Roadster models but after being taken over by the Rootes Group in 1955 Singer cars continued the quality theme with models such as the Gazelle and Vogue but Singer production and the Singer name was discontinued in 1970.

More detail on the Singer Company and the Singer cars can be found here.

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