Heritage certificates

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Heritage certificates

Postby tvdwerf » Sat May 27, 2017 4:00 pm

I have 2 4A's, both of them not on the road for ages.
One of them has papers, but the year is not correct, the other has only a chassis number and without documents.
To get them with the right information on the road, a Heritage certificate should be helpfull.

Where to get this?
Singer 4A 1950

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Re: Heritage certificates

Postby mikeyr » Tue May 30, 2017 6:42 pm

if you are in the U.S. the year is often incorrect. Back then in many states (Calif. was one of them) states would list the model year as the first year the car was sold. So it is possible to have a 1953 model car listed as a 1952 if you bought it in December 52 for example, or 54 or 55 depending on how long it took to sell.

The UK clubs at one time would send information on the car but it is by no means a "Heritage Certificate" just information on when the car was built, color, etc.
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1953 Singer 4ADT (sold), 1934 Singer 9 Le Mans, 1934 Singer 1 1/2 4-Seater Sports, 2009 BMW K1300GT


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