Humber 1935

Twelve
16/60
Snipe 80
Pullman

Humber Twelve is virtually a new car for the 1935 selling season. It has a new chassis frame and the engine and radiator are mounted several inches farther forward than before. Tyre size is 5.50-17. It is also known as the Twelve-45 and is available as Saloon (£285), Vogue Saloon (two-door, £335) and Foursome Drophead Coupé (£325). Wheelbase is 8 ft 2 3/4 in. The cars are powered by a 1669-cc (69.5 x 110 mm) 42-bhp side-valve Four, rated at 11.98 HP. All four forward speeds has synchromesh.
Humber 16/60 Six-light Saloon, costing £435. The 16/60, the Snipe 80 and the Pullman follow similar general lines, most constructional features being common to all. The 16/60 has 10 ft 4 in wheelbase chassis and bodywork similar to the Snipe 80 but its 16.9 HP six-cylinder engine is of 2276-cc capacity (67.5x106 mm) and develop 55 bhp at 3600 rpm. The tyre size is 6.00-18.

 

Twelve


Humber Twelve Saloon


Humber Vogue Pillaress Saloon

 

16/60


16/60 Six-light Saloon

 

Snipe 80


Humber Snipe 80 Sports Saloon, selling at £550, is one of five factory-built body styles available. The engine is a 23.8 HP side-valve Six of 3498.5-cc capacity (80x116 mm), developing 77 bhp at 3400 rpm. Tyres are 6.50-17.


Humber Snipe Sports

 

Pullman


Humber Pullman share 3½-litre 77-bhp engine with Snipe 80 but has 11 ft wheelbase and 7.00-18 tyres. The Pullman Sedanca De Ville shown is priced at £945 and owned by Mr and Mrs Sonny Hale, the latter of course being the famous Jessie Matthews.


Humber Pullman Landaulette. Humber Pullmans are frequently used by Royalty.

 

New models for 1936

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Snipe
Pullman