Singer Vouge 1963

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Lot No: 76
Year Make Model Mileage ESTIMATED SALE PRICE
1963 Singer Vouge 83,892 (Not Warranted) £2,000 - £2,750


In Brief:

  • Good example of a 1963 Singer Vogue
  • Finished Dark Blue with a contrasting Light Blue roof
  • Possibly one of the first cars in the UK with a suffix letter “A” on its registration plate
  • Good starter classic

On the Surface: This 1963 Singer Vogue is a good example. The car is finished in Dark Blue with a contrasting Light Blue roof over a Light Grey interior.

Maintenance & History: Unfortunately this vehicle does not come with any history at this moment. We are told by The Vendor that it may pop up, however, we cannot make any guarantees.

The Model: The first generation of the Singer Vogue was produced from 1961 to 1966 and they were a badge-engineered version of the Hillman Super Minx. Introduced in July 1961, the Singer Vogue was positioned above the Super Minx and Singer Gazelle in the Rootes Group line up. It featured distinctive quadruple headlights and a more powerful 66 bhp version of the 1,592cc Minx engine, setting it apart in the market.

Sale Insight: This Singer Vogue represents a unique opportunity to own a great starter classic.

Lot No. 76
Auction 25th July 2024
Vehicle Make Singer
Vehicle Model Vouge
Year of Manufacture 1963
Mileage 83,892 (Not Warranted)
Registration BHK208A
Date first Registered 25/07/1963
Chassis Number B7209038HS0
Engine Number B7209038HSO
Estimated Sale Price £2,000 - £2,750

Please note: Current engine and chassis numbers are supplied by HPI. Prospective buyers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the condition of a vehicle and the accuracy of any statement made, be they statements of fact or opinion. All vehicles are sold as seen. If you cannot attend the auction please contact the office for a walk around description over the phone.

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