As for the 1914 production cars, there was only one real newcomer among them in the shape of the 10hp model which was, as events turned out, the basis of a wide range that continued until 1927.
The specific car, probably the one and only, was purchased at the end of The Great War as a gift to Vice-Admiral Frederick Armand Powlett, CBE, RN, who during that conflict had held the position of Chief of Staff to the Vice-Admiral commanding the East Coast. The Museum acquired this Humber through auction in Great Britain.
Built year: 1919
Engine type / cc: 4 cyl. in line / 1,495cc
Engine output: 35bhp / n.a. rpm
Top speed: 84 km/h
Number produced: N/A