There is an old piece of advice for owning old pieces of automotive history and that is: buy the best one you can get. This is because old and rare cars cost a ton of money for random parts, if you can even get them, so you should find a well restored and maintained example and you can’t cherry pick the junkers for a quick resto. Today’s ancient classic is a Singer 9 Roadster, one of the approximately thousand examples built of the series 4AB. Find this 1951 Singer 9 Roadster offered for $24,995 in Tacoma, WA at a small car dealer. Tip from JB1025.
From the seller:
1951 Singer Nine Roadster
Description: 1951 Singer Nine Roadster
Car was completely restored in its past. Rare car. Right hand drive with nice body paint and interior. Turn signal arms light up. A British classic. Also available is a restored rolling frame and original dealer sign for an addition price. A documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.
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