At a Glance:
|1967||Humber||Hawk||68,000 (Not Warranted)||£3456 + buyers premium|
The new Hawk announced in May 1957 had a completely new body with unitary construction which it would go on to share with the 1958 Humber Super Snipe. This was the biggest bodyshell for a saloon/estate car built in Great Britain at the time. The 2267 cc engine was carried over, though with modifications to the distributor mounting, and other details; and an automatic transmission, the Borg Warner D.G. model, was now available. The body was styled in Rootes’ own studios and featured more glass than previous models, with wrap-around front windscreen, which gave it a considerable resemblance to a base model 1955 Chevrolet similar to the one on offer today. The missing rear quarter-lights were returned in series IV. Can you spot the fuel filler cap? Hint ..it doesn’t illuminate!
|Auction||29th January 2016 - 94% SOLD|
|Year of Manufacture||1967|
|Mileage||68,000 (Not Warranted)|
|Date first Registered||14-02-1967|
|Estimated Sale Price||£3250 - 3750|
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