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1937 Humber 12

1937 Humber 12 in Churchill's Secret, Movie made for TV, 2016 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1937 Humber 12

Position 00::15:3 [*] Background vehicle

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rjluna2 US

2018-09-28 18:31

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I got: :think:
DVLA wrote ACO 707
✓ Taxed
Tax due:
01 September 2019

MOT
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Vehicle details
Vehicle make: HUMBER
Date of first registration: May 1937
Year of manufacture: 1937
Cylinder capacity (cc): 1669 cc
CO₂Emissions: Not available
Fuel type: PETROL
Euro Status: Not available
Export marker: No
Vehicle status: Tax not due
Vehicle colour: BLACK
Vehicle type approval: Not available
Wheelplan: 2-AXLE-RIGID BODY
Revenue weight: Not available

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-09-28 18:34

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You mean this?

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rjluna2 US

2018-09-28 18:36

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Perhaps, John :think:

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-09-28 19:45

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I normally wait for dsl to pronounce on Rootescrap, but he must be away bashing neeps or training his racing haggis, so here goes.

The engine size of 1669cc is correct for a Humber 12, the numberplates match, and the car is without doubt a Humber. I think we can safely say itís the same vehicle.

Sunbar UK

2018-09-28 20:49

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The highlighted vehicle should be the same here...
[Image: chirchill00-15-27a.jpg]

johnfromstaffs wrote You mean this?

/vehicle_1187621-Humber-12-1938.html


This registration number, has been worrying me for a few days since capturing this picture. Thinking that I've seen it before, I've been searching the imcdb site looking for it, mainly thinking it was ACD 707 but also for ACO 707 :/

Only now to find now its the same one I added to Foyle's War about the same time! The grey-matter is obviously not functioning on all cylinders. :lol:

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-09-28 21:22

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Since numberplates are so easily exchanged I tend not to rely on them, but in this case it would seem that there is no difficulty. My grey matter seems to have been on a downward trajectory for about the past forty years but it does work fairly well at recognition of antiquities with wheels on, provided that they are from certain groups. The difficulty with this Humber was that it was a back view of a small volume car which was all but extinct so I didnít recognise it. Having the boot lid open didnít help either.

-- Last edit: 2018-09-28 21:33:16

dsl SX

2018-09-28 21:38

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johnfromstaffs wrote I normally wait for dsl to pronounce on Rootesjewels, but he must be away bashing neeps or training his racing haggis ...


Something like that. Am house-sitting 27 sheep, 8 hens and 5 ducks on some windswept islands off the top of Scotland. Should be back home in a couple of days.

rjluna2 US

2018-09-28 23:16

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dsl wrote Something like that. Am house-sitting 27 sheep, 8 hens and 5 ducks on some windswept islands off the top of Scotland. Should be back home in a couple of days.

Sounds like fun :D

dsl SX

2018-09-28 23:23

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Yes. Fresh eggs every morning!

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