Singer - Singer Junior

The Singer Junior had an 8 hp (56x86) 848cc two bearing engine with an overhead camshaft, producing a quoted 16.5 horsepower. This little was Singers answer to the popular baby Austin, which other manufacturers had also woken up to, such as Wolseley who went into liquidation, revived by William Morris. But we are digressing. Originally it had Tyre size for Singer 8 Junior. Original tyre size was first quoted
The Singer 8 Junior was continually updated as the years progressed. Four wheel brakes came in 1928 and a 4 speed gearbox in 1931. Originally only available as a 3 door tourer with four seats, many other body variations appeared including a saloon (and Sunshine saloon with a sunroof), fabric saloon and a Sportsmans coupe with wire wheels. For 1931 many engine improvements came along, including a larger oil sump and pipework to ensure no oil surge on hills. Production of the Singer 8 Junior continued to 1932.

Tyre size for Singer 8 Junior: Tyre size was quoted in 1926 as 27x400 which is the older way of saying 4.00x19. In any case by 1927 the Singer 8 Junior was quoted with 4.00x19 size. Not a dual marked 350/400x19 or a 400/450x19 or some other modern dual marked combination, but a true 4.00x19 as produced by Blockley. The Blockley 4.00x19 tyre has the authentic period tread pattern and is of the highest quality for excellent handling - see full details below:

Blockley Products for Singer Singer Junior

400 x 19

Blockley Triple Stud Crossply

£104.00 (£124.80 inc. VAT)

18/19 inch Rim Band (22mm wide)

Blockley Rim Band

£2.50 (£3.00 inc. VAT)