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1934 Lem 24 Hour Race - Singer Works team car number 48

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The buff log book with this car shows the car being registered on May 18th 1934 to Singer & Co. As part of the 1934 Works Le Mans team driven by Black and Baker it was first in the 1000cc class having covered 2203 kilometres, a feat recorded on the dash plaques of other Singer Nines.

Fortunately the car has not been over restored and the alloy body, which has not been re painted, still carries its Le Mans race number 48 and its original wire mesh windscreen.

Mechanically it’s all original. The engine and gearbox were stripped down as part of the restoration but they did not need much work and retain all their original parts - hardly surprising as the car has only covered just over 6,000 miles from new!

It has twin batteries and a more powerful dynamo to cope with extra lights for racing at night plus twin coils, twin petrol pumps, an oversize fuel tank with twin fillers and a high ratio differential, also the dashboard has several extra switches and instruments. The car is roadworthy and has FIA papers so can be used again competitively as well as take part in the historic racer parade at Le Mans.


Reference Number 5237

as of 5/6/2015

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Car 1934 Singer Nine Le Mans 1934 Le Mans Singer Works Team Car
Exterior / Interior Color      Green /      Green 
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