Aimed at the “middle class” market of successful business men, doctors, lawyers etc the 16/50 came in seven body types, the most popular being the saloon or, if fitted with the factory “sliding head” (metal sunroof), touring saloon models. Ours is the sliding sunroof model.

There are only a couple of dozen surviving examples left on the road world-wide now so a very rare car indeed.

Ours is finished in its original Navy Blue with Black roof and wings, side-mounted spare tyre, and side-running boards. Her interior is her original Dark Blue leather seats with large leg room at the rear and wood capping on the doors.

These Humbers have been used in such TV and Film as ‘The Mummy Returns’ and ‘Churchill: The Hollywood Years’. Our very car has already been the feature car in Alan Titchmarsh’s documentary ‘Winne the Pooh – The World’s Most Famous Bear’. Lots of room inside for cast, crew, cameras and sound equipment.

The car is available of Film, TV, Video, photoshoot and Action Car use.