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1965 Humber Sceptre Mk1 SOLD

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  • £7,750 As stated
  • 1965
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Price £7,750 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Humber
Model Sceptre
  Sceptre Mk1
Year 1965
Country UK
Region Berkshire
Telephone 01635 726712
Status Trade
Date 06-Dec-2018
Ref C1061684
Fine example in green, running beautifully with MOT, sound body, excellent paint and chrome, outstanding interior, recent engine overhaul, 4 speed with overdrive, electronic ignition, alternator, new Webber carb, whitewall tyres, some history, owner’s handbook and manual.
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