1962 Singer Vogue Mk II



First Registered: 2.12.1962
VIN Chassis No.: B7200232480

The car features excellent burgundy paintwork with a deep all-over shine, no rust or bubbling, set off with an Old English White roof. The chromework and trim are all in good condition and the wheel arches are all sharp and rust-free.

The interior, the seats, carpets, door trim, and including the bootspace, is spotless, and incredibly, all original, adding to the desirability and charm of the car. Especially impressive is the dashboard, and the roof lining is quite superb.

This Vogue is powered by the much-loved cast-iron 1622cc engine and four-speed manual gearbox, which both perform faultlessly to give a quiet but rock-solid drive, so that the car has no difficulty keeping up with modern traffic.

The front disc brakes, which were introduced as standard on the Mark 2s, provide better braking, and the new tyres all round will provide plenty of grip. Mechanically the car wants for nothing – this car has obviously been maintained to a very high standard throughout its life.


This is the rare wrap-around window model, making the car much more desirable, especially since these wrap-around Mark 2s are now actually rarer than the Mark 1 Singer Vogue.

These Vogues had a real larger-than-life appearance with sporty fins and plenty of chromework, and being such a good-looking car they are very much in demand nowadays and don’t often come up for sale. The car comes with a genuine Heritage Certificate confirming its date of manufacture and engine and chassis numbers.