The Humber Imperial exudes a true sense of regalness when out on the road that modern cars have lost.
It was the last of the big Humber saloons to be coachbuilt by Thrupp and Maberly before they ceased business after 200 years of excellence.
This example was registered new in November 1965 and specified with Automatic Transmission and Leather Trim.
The documentation file contains the current V5, previous V5s, the current MOT certificate, previous MOT certificates with its recent MOT history and dozens of invoices for work completed and parts purchased since 2014 which add up to more than £6000 including an invoice from June 2016 detailing the refurbishment of the body at a cost of £4759.
The current MOT runs until November 2018 and the 12 months Free Historic Road Tax can be arranged for the new owner if required. The current recorded mileage is 80485.
Prospective buyers are welcome to come and view the car in our Leeds showroom.
UK wide professional delivery is available. Please ring for a quote. We are also happy to deliver to any mainland port for export.
To view over 70 detailed photographs of this car please visit our web site, - details above
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