Humber was a British manufacturer of mostly luxury cars (and bicycles). It was founded in 1868and had its headquarters in Coventry, England. The company remained independent until 1931 when it was taken over by the Rootes Group. In turn Chrysler later acquired Rootes and Humber faced the end of its production history in 1968 when the last Humber Arrow left the factory.
Humber RX 5468
I like these, bit of a gangster look to the old Humber.
Humber Super Snipe
Saw this lovely 1960 Humber Super Snipe at the seafront on the Isle of Wight on Sunday 15th Aug 2010
1967 Humber Sceptre
A beautiful example of this model.
This was the first ever car i bought, except mine was a 1966. i...
Ed.: Dark blue four door saloon Humber Imperial (1966), UK registration GRX409D. Seen here at Big Wh...
Photo of Humber 14/40
Seen at the Great Whelnetham Classic Tractor and Car Show, this vintage Humber 14/40 looking pretty ...
A 1913 Humber Humberette cycle car.The engine is a 2 cylinder JAP engine.
This Humber Pullman was the private car from the British Prime minister Winston Churchill. The bodyw...