Singer 1967

Chamois
Gazelle Mk VI
- end of prod. in March
Vogue
Gazelle - new model

Great Britain

Chamois Coupé from 1967 gets cut off rear roof line, but retains standard engine
Singer Vogues are sold as Sumbeam in continental Europe where the Singer name was not as well known.
In 1967, Chrysler took full control of Rootes.

 

Chamois

Chamois II (875 cc, 37 bhp)
 Saloon (wb: 6'10'')
 Coupé (wb: 6'10'') - new
Chamois Sport (875 cc, 51 bhp)
 Saloon (wb: 6'10'')

 

Gazelle Mk VI

Gazelle VI (1725 cc, 59 bhp) - end in March
 Saloon (wb: 8'0'')

 

Vogue

Vogue (1725 cc, 61 bhp) - end
Vogue (1725 cc, 72 bhp) - October
 Saloon (wb: 8'2½'')
 Estate (wb: 8'11½'') - April
 

Gazelle

Gazelle (1496/1725 cc, 54/61 bhp) - new
 Saloon (wb: 8'2½'')