SAVE A SINGER!

The 4A, 4AB, 4AC, 4AD cars, including the SM 1500 Roadster and SMX
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SAVE A SINGER!

Postby Phillip » Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:48 pm

Roadster Fans!

A twin carb 4AD on bringatrailer.com in Ohio:

http://bringatrailer.com/2017/01/25/not ... nt-1366321

Currently one $500.00 biid! Looks like a great project!
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Re: SAVE A SINGER!

Postby ColinB » Fri Jan 27, 2017 4:30 am

Oh to be in Ohio. This looks like a really viable project and not necessarily that expensive to complete.

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Re: SAVE A SINGER!

Postby mikeyr » Fri Jan 27, 2017 6:07 pm

I agree, it looks like a easy project. I actually considered it for a brief second, but with 2 pre-wars waiting patiently and my silly promise to my wife that the Mini would be the last car I work on until after the Le Mans is finished, I had to stop thinking it.

I do think this car is easily worth saving, looks like a good project.
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Re: SAVE A SINGER!

Postby DGreen » Sat Jan 28, 2017 6:47 pm

That does look like a nice car. The photos on eBay show one of very few original vinylide covered dashes that I've ever seen. Curious about the grill bars, though, with the hole for a crank. Seems like those bars may be cut down from a earlier model with a longer grill. I didn't think 4ADs ever had that hole, but please correct if I'm wrong. Still a great deal at the current bid of $3600.00, I reckon.

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Re: SAVE A SINGER!

Postby Phillip » Sun Jan 29, 2017 9:52 pm

Yup...agree BRG, the grille slats are from a Nine - either A or 4A, not a 4AD!

Think I have a front apron for this car as well!
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