Our magnificent 1951 Classic Two Tone Metallic Grey Humber Super Snipe with its strong lines, prominent bonnet and lashings of chrome is a pleasure to behold, Truely Handsome.
In October 1958, the new Super Snipe was introduced and, the new car was based on the unitized chassis and body of the four-cylinder Humber Hawk, but with a new 2.6 litre, 2,651 cc, six-cylinder overhead-valve engine.
The Mk III followed in 1950 and was externally very similar but had a Panhard rod added to the rear suspension. It can be readily distinguished from the previous model by the simpler dome-shaped bumpers and the rectangular stainless-steel foot-treads on the running-boards.
A Mk III tested by The Motor magazine in 1951 had a top speed of 81.6 mph and could accelerate from 0-60 mph in 19.1, seconds, very fast for its era.
Our Stunning classic is definitely worth a look!
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