1929 Hum­ber 16/50 Tick­ford

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Buying & Selling -

As im­pos­ing as any same-era Rolls-Royce, it’s easy to for­get that Hum­ber was an in­de­pen­dent, up­mar­ket car maker sup­ply­ing the well-off with well-built, com­fort­able mo­tors be­fore its takeover by Rootes. This Tick­ford-bod­ied all-weather saloon is thought to have been sold off Hum­ber’s 1929 Mo­tor Show stand and was re­stored in 1979 at a cost of £15,000. It has since been dry-stored and needs some re-com­mis­sion­ing, but if bought within es­ti­mate, the pur­chaser is do­ing well.

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