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1927 Humber 12/25

1927 Humber 12/25 in Festival of Transport, Documentary, 1996

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1927 Humber 12/25

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johnfromstaffs EN

2011-10-13 20:39

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I think that this is a bit big for a 14/40, and is more likely to be a 20/55 from 1926.

dsl SX

2011-10-14 01:33

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Plate could be FE 9852 - 1927 Humber 14/40 - http://www.lvvs.org.uk/fe9852.htm .
DVLA details for FE 9852 are:
Date of Liability 01 06 2012
Date of First Registration 17 01 1928
Year of Manufacture 1928
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 1670cc
CO2 Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type PETROL
Export Marker N
Vehicle Status Licence Not Due
Vehicle Colour BLUE
Vehicle Type Approval Not Available.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-14 01:52:37

stronghold EN

2011-10-14 07:31

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I checked on an earlier picture & the plate looks like- ?K 3052
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nzcarnerd NZ

2011-10-14 10:37

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I found a pic of FE 9852 - http://www.lvvs.org.uk/fe9852.htm - note how its registration plate is mounted forward of the front crossmember. It a hell of a coincidence that if you cut the top off 9852 it could be 3052!

-- Last edit: 2011-10-14 10:38:49

dsl SX

2011-10-14 14:52

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TR 3052 comes up on DVLA as Humber - details are:
Date of Liability 01 01 2012
Date of First Registration 10 01 1927
Year of Manufacture 1927
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 1701cc
CO2 Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type PETROL
Export Marker N
Vehicle Status Licence Not Due
Vehicle Colour BLUE
Vehicle Type Approval Not Available.

Will try and trace a picture later unless anyone else picks it up.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-14 14:52:51

nzcarnerd NZ

2011-10-14 20:55

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Looks like it is a 14/40 whichever car it is.

dsl SX

2011-10-14 22:00

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Can't add anything specific or trace other pics of TR 3052. But after extensive googling, it looks as if this closed saloon body is far more unusual on 12/25 and 14/40 than open tourer (full length convertible with side screens). Also neither 1670cc or 1701cc crop up as recorded engine sizes for these cars, so not sure what DVLA figures mean.

nzcarnerd NZ

2011-10-17 11:12

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The Humber 14/40 engine is 2050cc and the 12/25 is 1870cc. I am sure that in many cases the owners of cars have no idea of what the engine size is and the registration clerk can't be bothered looking it up.

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