Humber pig (Stealth Pig) light armoured vehicle ex military, has been used for film work in the past ,In very good condition throughout, Rolls Royce engine starts and runs perfectly with plenty of GRUNT, No engine oil leaks, Engine charges, Clutch and breaks in full working order Vehicle comes equipped with stretcher rear bench seats(Aprox 8 people), This pig has been very well cared for and kept as an original example, This would be a great future investment, This vehicle could easily be made road registered.
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We only source high quality vehicles which have been HPI checked prior to purchasing. When we find a car we are interested in we always have the customer thoughts in mind, we check for service history, genuine millage, accident damage and the overall condition. We also source all our cars from responsible and reliable sellers of used cars to guarantee all of our cars are genuine.
Every vehicle is inspected at our workshop prior to going on sale and a full MOT is carried out at the time of the pre delivery inspection. All we need to do after the pre delivery inspection is a full valet.
We can also offer finance on all our cars to suit every budget.
We also except all major credit and debit cards on site.
Part exchanges are welcome but we carefully select the cars we sell so many part exchange cars are valued and sold at the local car auction.
This car has been rebuilt from the chassis up . The chassis has been cleaned and painted , rear axle rebuilt . Front axle and brake system rebuilt with new linings and powder coated operating mechanism . The friction shock absorbers were rebuilt with new parts . The ash frame was in sound condition .....
first registered 03/05/1966
chassis and engine B054601875-B4SO
6 former keepers
The Humber body work is absolutely spot on it has a deep all over shine PLEASE SEE PHOTOS, The body work can only be described as excellent. this stunning colour colour really does compliment .....
We are delighted to offer this exceptionally rare Humber Pullman Laundaulette onto the market. There are only a handful of this type still in existence. The car was despatched from the factory on the 19th October 1931 to Rossleigh, Edinburgh. Documentation in the history from a Humber motoring Historian .....
A 1725 auto scepter MKII 88K miles in matt black (resprayed),electric fuel pump fitted,recent starter motor. suspension lowered.Digital audio/bluetooth fitted and concealed in glove box,350 watts power output.White walled tyres,interior carpets all replaced.Interior in good condition original dash and .....
By way of background Georgano’s invaluable Encyclopaedia of Motor cars tells us that Thomas Humber started making bicycles in 1868 and by the turn of the century the company was making motorised tricycles and quadricycles before graduating to four wheelers in 1901. By 1908 they were making a range .....
Very sound paintwork and bodywork, no corrosion, original interior.There is minor damage to the o/s/r wing.The spare wheel,rim,and tyre need replacing.In good running order, other than requiring a new Head Gasket.
Will accept sensible offers.
LG 4624 was first registered on the 14th June 1930 and supplied new to a Chartered Accountant, Mr A.E Slater-Cook who held a practice in Liverpool. Correspondence from Humber in 1930 addressed paperwork to various addresses held by Mr Slater-Cook in Liverpool, Frodsham and The Aldelphi Hotel in Harrogate. .....
Here we have this very attractive mark 2 Humber Sceptre in its lovely colour combination blue and apple white.
First registered 13/01/1966
Vin chassis number B132002639BW-H50
Engine number B132002639BW-H50
Comes with 12 months mot
Displaying 68,671 miles
Containing a very large .....
The Humber firm was created in 1887, first making bicycles, then motorcycles and cars, then in 1925 with the acquisition of Commer in 1925, commercial vehicles. Although Humber had a reputation for quality products, the firm became unprofitable in the mid 20's until the Rootes brothers bought into the .....