The Ten was a car made by Singer between 1905 and 1948.
The 1920 Singer Ten was virtually unchanged from the Ten that was produced up until the ourbreak of the First World War except for the fact it was produced as a two-seater.
The body had a long bonnet, suggesting a large engine size and the body did not have any doors.
The engine was a 1097cc four cylinder unit that was connected to a three-speed gearbox via a cone clutch.
The chassis was 8ft long and had semi-elliptical leaf springs all round. Brakes were cable operated and only fitted on the rear wheels.
The Ten was still entered in some trials but as it started to gain weight it was dropped in 1922.
The car cost £400 when new.