ASCO member since 1994. After several years in the motor trade, Mike joined the MOD, working mainly on Light Armoured vehicles, including investigating defects, producing modifications and writing Technical Manuals. He then joined the team engaged in the design and development of aluminium armoured vehicles, and eventually became Project Manager for the procurement of all Light Armoured Vehicles for the British Army. Mike retired in 1994, his latest procurement having been a very dilapidated 1932 Singer Junior Nine Sports two-seater, which he fully restored over the next four years as his retirement 'project'.
He has since bought a 1930 Junior saloon, which he has recently finished restoring, a 1954 SM 1500, which he has also restored, a 1931 Junior saloon which he used for 10 years before selling it to an enthusiast in Norway, a 1965 Vogue Automatic, which he repaired, resprayed and used for 5 years, before selling it to make room for a 1956 Hunter which he now uses as his 'every-day' car.
Mike is also the ASCO Singer Junior Registrar. CLICK HERE to go to the Junior Registrar page. To contact Mike please use the website Message Pad
Editor of MASCOT - the ASCO Magazine - is Mike Hyman, who has been an