Sunbeam Vogue




When the Singer marque disappeared in 1970, Singer’s Vogue model was transferred to the Sunbeam catalogue. The Sunbeam/Singer Vogue was an upmarket variant of the Hillman Hunter. The engine was Rootes’ 1725cc five bearing four cylinder overhead valve unit. It was available in saloon and estate car body styles.

Sunbeam Vogues were also available in continental Europe from 1966-1970 where the Singer name was not as well known.

illustration: Chrysler Benelux

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  1. I purchased a 1970 sunbeam vouge earlier this year, this car had a new mot and just need a bit of tidying up. I really love rootes cars and have had 6 others in the past.

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