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.
Humber Twelve Saloon
Humber Vogue Pillaress Saloon
16/60 Six-light Saloon
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
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.