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Singer Chamois
Singer announced its Chamois version of the Hillman Imp in October 1964, and a year later MkII models were introduced. A few Rallye Imps were produced, but enthusiasts had to wait until October 1966 to buy 'off-the-peg' Singer Chamois Sport or Sunbeam Imp Sport. In the following January the first sporting body was introduced as the Hillman Imp Californian and its sibling Singer Chamois Coupe came out in April 1967. Paradoxically, in October 1968 the Imps lost their "Mk II" designation and were revised without being called "Mk III", with Singer and Sunbeam now having four headlamps. The range started contracting in 1970 with Singer being culled along with all the coupes excepting the Sunbeam Stiletto.
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Singer Chamois MkII - badge on door
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Singer Chamois. Dummy grille and exciting colours on the outside and swood trim on the inside for the 'luxury' version of the Imp
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Singer Chamois MkII. The Chamois was launched in 1964 and already had 'put right' some of the failings of the Hillman Imp. But in 1965 the Imp went into MkII designation and the Chamois MkII followed suit
Singer Chamois Coupe front
Singer Chamois Coupe. Just a 'luxury' Hillman Imp Californian in effect, the Singer Chamois Coupe was nicer inside. later Chamois were given quad lamps in 1968
Singer Chamois Coupe rear
Singer Chamois Coupe. The Coupe Imps started with the Hillman Imp Californian in January 1967 and the Chamois Coupe in April 1967. Chrysler culled the Coupe in 1970
Singer Chamois II front
Singer Chamois. Although only launched in 1964, the MkII Chamois was launched in 1965 and was indistinguishable; the MkII 'improvements' were already on the Chamois when originally launched.
Singer Chamois II rear
Singer Chamois. Chromed rubbing strips on the boot of the Chamois, were later given to the Super Imp which was a better equipped Imp for those who couldn't afford a Chamois.
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Singer Chamois.
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Singer Chamois.
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