Humber 10hp Two-Seater with Dickey seats

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

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