The Singer Junior is a car that was made between 1926 and 1932.
The car was introduced at the 1926 Olympia Motorshow. During the car's production history it was one of Britain's best selling small saloon cars. The cars were fitted with a 858cc engine.
The Junior was an important car as with its successful launch and high number of sales, it was the model that helped to make Singer.
When the car pictured (right) was produced, Singer was Britain's 3rd largest car manufacturer with 8,000 employees making around 28,000 cars a year.
Success in the London to Exeter Trail in January 1928 also helped to boost sales of the Junior. Three cars took home the gold, silver and bronze medals coming first, second and third respectively.