The car was converted into a rally car in 2002/3 and since then it has been in
dry storage having done 20 or so road miles only.

Safety Devices roll cage

Compomotive ML or equivalent 13×5 or 13×5.5

Dunlop Rally tarmac and gravel tyres to BHRC spec

Front discs, Rear drums

Koni classic adjustable shock absorbers
RAC or Monte spec springs for Gravel and Tarmac respectively

Competition type Rotoflex joints

Jack Knight straight cut 4 speed

Tuftrided and balanced crank
R21 camshaft
Mocal 16 row oil cooler
Twin 40 DCoe Weber carburettors
Janspeed exhaust manifold
Lightened flywheel
Crankshaft, flywheel, clutch, rods and
pistons all balanced.


Front mounted radiator and electric fan.
Cooling pipes between engine, header tank (rear mounted) and radiator routed through the car interior

As the car is just being prepared now – this spec is likely to change in the coming months.

2 Responses to “ChammyMoo – 1967 Singer Chamois Sport”

  1. 1 Bumpy 24 February 2011 at 19:39


    My first car was an Imp Californian.

    Dunlop wheels and Avon wide cross-plys …. I use to drive it like it was a 911 … pity the summer of 1976 was so hot … I blew the head off it !!!!

    Imp – you just have to love them !!

  2. 2 friesianracing 25 February 2011 at 18:28

    Hi Bumpy,

    Good to hear from you. It is amazing how many people have come out of the woodwork and said “I used to have one of those!” or “My dad used to have one of those!” since we got Chammy!

    I think its going to be good fun. Modern front rad and electric fan will hopefully see us OK with the overheating issues even if it is as hot as ’76!


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