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Product images of 1935 Singer 1.5 Litre Le Mans taking part in a water splash trial, (1935?)
Product details 1935 Singer 1.5 Litre Le Mans taking part in a water splash trial, (1935?)
1935 Singer 1.5 Litre Le Mans taking part in a water splash trial, (1935?)
1935 Singer 1.5 Litre Le Mans taking part in a water splash trial, (1935?). In 1934 Singer introduced a six cylinder version of the popular Nine Le Mans; the 1.5 Litre. Two of the new 1.5 Litres were entered in the 1934 Le Mans taking second and third places in the Rudge-Whitworth Biennial Cup and finishing 7th and 8th overall. The following year Singer converted three of their 1.5 Litre Le Mans Tourist Trophy cars to Trials and Rally cars for use by the Singer Works Team. Only 71 of the 1.5 Litre Le Mans Singers were ever produced.
- Image ref: 1194421
- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images