Humber Sceptre MKI. Had one of these once. Wish I still had it.

Bench seats, gear-change on the steering column, and it loved hills.

1950 Humber Super Snipe Tickford Convertible

1950 Humber Super Snipe Tickford Convertible Maintenance of old vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears/pads could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce

1950s Humber Hawk - Post-Veteran classics on the 2009 London to Brighton Car Run

Humber Hawk - Post-Veteran classics on the 2009 London to Brighton Car Run

Humber HUMBERETTE 1913 - Of all the cycle-cars, this Humber Humberette looked the most like a conventional car and was also technically advanced; it had a tubular chassis and conventional drive shaft instead of the generally less reliable chain or belt drive.    The Humberette was equipped with a 1.3 litre air-cooled, twin-cylinder JAP engine. It was available only as an open two-seater. A water-cooled model was introduced a year after its launch.

Humber HUMBERETTE 1913 - Of all the cycle-cars, this Humber Humberette looked the most like a conventional car and was also technically advanced; it had a tubular chassis and conventional drive shaft instead of the generally less reliable chain or belt drive. The Humberette was equipped with a 1.3 litre air-cooled, twin-cylinder JAP engine. It was available only as an open two-seater. A water-cooled model was introduced a year after its launch.

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