The Humber Pullman is a four-door limousine which was introduced by the British Humber company in 1930 as a successor to the Humber 20/65 hp and long-wheelbase version of the Humber Snipe.
In 1939 an upgraded version was launched badged as the Humber Imperial, but postwar the car reverted to the Pullman name. Between 1948 and 1954 the car was offered with a central partition (for chauffeured use) as the Pullman, but without a partition was badged as the Humber Imperial for owner-drivers.
The Pullman / Imperial was not offered for sale to the public during the Second World War, the factory's limited output were used as staff cars. It returned to the market in 1945 and remained in production till 1954. At the present time it is believed that only eight units of this vehicle are still extant.
The Humber Pullman Limousine offered here is described by the vendor to be in very good condition all round. The engine was fully rebuilt, the bodywork resprayed, and a new leather interior fiited in 2005. The car has been used for weddings and for Classic Car Shows, and it is running and driving extremely well. This is a rare and stunning car.
Please note that the badges and badge rail shown in the photos will not be included in the sale.
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