Humber 1950

Hawk Mk III - end of prod.
Super Snipe Mk II - end of prod.
Imperial Mk II - discontnued
Pullman Mk II - end of prod.
Hawk Mk IV - new model
Super Snipe Mk III - new model
Imperial Mk III
- new model
Pullman Mk III - new model

Humber Super Snipe Mark II Saloon fitted with the 4086-cc, 100-bhp engine (also used with the Mark I Super Snipes) and a four-speed gearbox, this six-seater model (first introduced in October 1948) incorporate detail changes for 1950 (announced in August 1949) including separate sidelamps below the headlamps and longer wheel base. Mk III gets Panhard rod in rear suspension and detachable rear wheel covers.
A Humber Imperial Mark II Saloon was launched late in 1949 and is virtually identical to the Pullman Limousine but without the central partition. Both Mk III gets all synchromesh transmission but no major visual changes.
Hawk Series IV 1951 model gets 58 bhp from 2267cc engine, higher gearing and wider tyres giving 71 mph.

 

Hawk

Hawk Mk III (4 cyl, 1944 cc, 56 bhp) - end
Hawk Mk IV (4 cyl, 2267cc, 58 bhp) - new
 Saloon (wb: 8' 9½'')


Hawk Mk III


Hawk Mk IV

 

Super Snipe

(6 cyl, 4086 cc, 100 bhp)
 Saloon (wb: 9' 9½'')


Super Snipe Mk II


Super Snipe Mk II Tickford Convertible


Super Snipe Mk III

 

Imperial and Pullman

(6 cyl, 4086 cc, 100 bhp)
Pullman Limousine (wb: 10' 11'')
Imperial Saloon


Pullman


Pullman Limousine Mk II

 

 

2nd RMC Super Snipe (#231 Gatsonides / Barendrege)