Milt Stanton

Milt  Stanton Singer  Versus  Ferrari From Tony Adriaensens new book entitled Weekend Heroes comes this wonderful shot of a 1074cc Singer Roadster #44 leading a Ferrari 166 Mille Miglia through a corner on the Palm Springs road racing circuit. The … Continue reading

Ralph Bush

Ralph  Bush Background  –  In  His  Own  Words Click  Here  To  Learn  The  History  of  This  Car  From  The  Man Who  Built  It  And  Raced  It:  Ralph  Bush Articles Explore  The  Links  Below Articles  About  Ralph  Bush Click  Here  To  … Continue reading

2020, January-The End of the Road Vaughan

The  End  of  the  Road  for  Vaughan  Motors The  Story  of  Singers  on  the  East  Coast January,  2020 One of the many mysteries about Bill Vaughan was why he relinquished his franchise with Singer Motors in the summer of ’54 … Continue reading

Bob McDannold

Bob  McDannold Robert  “Jitter”  “Red”  Hurley  McDannold  –  Singer  Racer Looking back at some of the early racing programmes in Southern California, a handful of names associated with Singer racing stands out. Wilbur “Lammy” Lamoreaux is perhaps the most notable, … Continue reading

Bill Vaughan

Bill  Vaughan New  York  Importer  of  Singer  Motor  Cars  From  UK Articles  About  Bill  Vaughan Click  Here  For  More  Detail Audio  Interview  Recordings  With  Michael  Vaughan Bill  Vaughan’s  Nephew 30  Minute  Interview:  July  10,  2014 … Continue reading

Bill Quinn

Bill  Quinn Bill  Quinn  –  Singer  Racer  and  Publicist Not surprisingly, the majority of those racing sports cars in Southern California were people involved in some aspect of the car business at the time. Dick van Laanen was a salesman … Continue reading

Singer Videos

Singer  Videos Singer  Race  Cars  of  the  1950s North  American  Singer  Racing  History Video  By  Peter  McKercher  (4  Minutes) Click  Video  Image  Above  To  Watch Racing  Roadsters  on  Screen January  31,  2011 Click  The  Link  Above  To  Learn  More  About  … Continue reading

2011, May 1-How Many Roadsters

How  Many  Roadsters May  1,  2011 More  Thoughts  On  Production  Numbers Ashley  Crossland:  Singer  Owners  Club,  UK Communication  /  Letter Peter, I’ve looked at some of my information and can come back on the production numbers that you have. 1/ … Continue reading


Above: America’s First Concours d’Elegance Book Was Penned By Joseph H. Wherry and Published in 1969

The First Concours d’Elegance Book (1969) – By Joseph H. Wherry

Hi Gang… Our enterprise, Undiscovered Classics, is all about research – especially the hard to get to “stuff”.  Undiscovered Classics is about:  Uncovering the history of the early postwar sports car marques such as Glasspar, Victress, and more. Revealing the … Continue reading