Humber Hawk Auto 1967

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Lot No: 57

At a Glance:

Year Make Model Mileage SOLD FOR
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 doesn’t illuminate!
This Series IVA made in 1967 moved to Northern Ireland in 2004. It was in dry heated storage since 2006 before being recently recomissioned. Comes with 15 old MOTs covering 1987-2004 during which times less than 4000 miles have been covered.

Full Details:

Lot No. 57
Auction 29th January 2016 - 94% SOLD
Vehicle Make Humber
Vehicle Model Hawk
Year of Manufacture 1967
Mileage 68,000 (Not Warranted)
Registration NMM481E
Date first Registered 14-02-1967
MOT 19-01-2017
Chassis Number B054603446BMHS0
Engine Number B054603446BWHSO
Estimated Sale Price £3250 - 3750

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