Humber Pullman Mk I
Limousine,4 doors,6 seats
Following the end of WW2 Humber quickly "de-mobbed" its war-time Pullman staff-car and added it to its 1945 passenger car range. Large tyres and Khaki paintwork were replaced by black or two-tone paintwork and elegant chrome wheel trims, a choice of coachwork was offered by H.J Mulliner and in-house coachbuilder Thrupp and Maberly.
The Pullmans mechanical specification included a 4086cc sidevalve six cylinder engine, hydraulic brakes and independent front suspension. Production of this conservative model continued until the more modern Pullman II arrived in 1948.
|4086cc||S6 SV||85mm x 120mm||6.25|
|Drivetrain||Steering||Front Suspension||Rear Suspension|
|Description||Auctioneer||Date||Hammer Price||Hammer Price
|357||Humber Pullman MKI Limousine||Bonhams & Butterfields||14 Nov 2009||$40000.00||$46800.00|