1963 Singer Vogue

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Norman Raeburn
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1963 Singer Vogue

Post by Norman Raeburn » Mon Apr 24, 2017 7:13 pm

Hi Folks, I have a 1963 Singer Vogue which I am very slowly restoring. I am most surprised there isn't more activity on the forum as there seems to be little or no support for the Vogue. I need, if anyone can help, some photos of the underside of the car as mine needs a lot of welding. Big chunks of the chassis legs are missing and a few photos would be a great help. I hope to get back to this as I have lost inspiration to get on with it. I hope someone can help and look forward to any help. All the best, Norman

Norman Raeburn
Posts: 4
Joined: Mon Apr 24, 2017 7:06 pm
Location: Fife, Scotland

Re: 1963 Singer Vogue

Post by Norman Raeburn » Sat May 05, 2018 11:17 pm

Hi Folks, Well where does a year go, I haven't done ANYTHING to this in the last year. I am slowly clearing my garage so I can get back to this. I am 65 this year and hope to get this done before I am toooooo old. I am still looking for pictures of the underside, surely somebody has some pictures. If you can help please let me know. All the best, hopefully not for another year? Norman

AlexTheBear
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Re: 1963 Singer Vogue

Post by AlexTheBear » Sat Aug 25, 2018 3:09 pm

Hi Norman,
In the absence of response by long term posters on this site, I offer a sort of solution. This is my first post on the forum and I have literally 'just' bought a '62 Singer Vogue Estate 3 days ago. It's not a saloon, as I believe yours is, but it might be of help. I shall take some pics of the underside of mine, which is solid but in need of fettling. Post them shortly (some time this evening probably) as I have to get the car on stands to get underneath and it's throwing it down outside, contrary to the forecasters. Cheers, Alex

Norman Raeburn
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Re: 1963 Singer Vogue

Post by Norman Raeburn » Sat Dec 08, 2018 1:08 pm

Hi Alex, Many thanks for your reply which I missed so please accept my apologies. I started a thread about lack of posts on the forum and here am I guilty of the same. I would appreciate any pictures you could provide particularly of the front section of the floor pans and the angled chassis section that goes to the sill . I hope to get back to this shortly as I am supposed to be semi retired now. I have lots of welding to do so will need to fabricate the repair sections. All the best, Norman.

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