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Singer Super Nine

Overview

Produced: 1937-1937
Types: Coupe,2 doors,2 seats
Saloon,4 doors,4 seats
1937 Singer Super Nine
This was an upmarket version of the original Singer Bantam, from which the main improvements were a counterbalanced crankshaft and a four speed constant mesh gearbox i,e non synchromesh, and an optional free wheel device enabling some gearchanges to be made without using the clutch.

Engine originally 972 cc, later replaced by the 1074 cc three main bearing engine and three speed synchromesh gearbox, and modified steering linkage.  Braking changed from Lockheed Hydraulic to Girling mechanical.  Then known as "Bantam De Luxe" for 1938 season. Regarded as progenitor of the "Nine Roadster" series.
Source: Motorbase

Engines

CapacityConfigModelBore/StrokeCR
972ccS4 OHC0mm x 0mm0
1074ccS4 OHC0mm x 0mm0
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