Humber Sceptre. My favourite of the Rootes Group cars with possibly the Sunbeam Alpine.

My favourite of the Rootes Group cars with possibly the Sunbeam Alpine.

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

1949 Humber Super Snipe Convertible The material which I can produce is suitable for different flat objects, e.g.: cogs/casters/wheels… Fields of use for my material: DIY/hobbies/crafts/accessories/art... My material hard and non-transparent. My contact: tatjana.alic@windowslive.com web: http://tatjanaalic14.wixsite.com/mysite

1949 Humber Super Snipe Convertible The material which I can produce is suitable for different flat objects, e.g.: cogs/casters/wheels… Fields of use for my material: DIY/hobbies/crafts/accessories/art... My material hard and non-transparent. My contact: tatjana.alic@windowslive.com web: http://tatjanaalic14.wixsite.com/mysite

1956 Humber Super  Snipe Mk4  Saloon absolutely wonderful car. my first car, max speed of about 86 mph and 16 mpg. had crossflow and hemi heads.

my first car, max speed of about 86 mph and 16 mpg. had crossflow and hemi heads.

A 1962 Humber Super Snipe. First British car to have twin headlamps! 3 litre engine, power steering - an effortless 100 mph (downhill, following wind).

A 1962 Humber Super Snipe. First British car to have twin headlamps! 3 litre engine, power steering - an effortless 100 mph (downhill

1960 Humber Super Snipe

1960 Humber Super Snipe

Humber--what a cool car

Hillman Car Club of South Australia – Ern and Elva Broughton: 1964 Humber Vogue Series II

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