1964 Humber Super Snipe

  "Why pamper life's complexities when the leather runs smooth on the passenger seat?"

Our Humber Super Snipe is a perfect choice to grace any stylish wedding for a couple that want something a little different but don't want to compromise on luxury.



The Humber Super Snipe, a product of the Rootes Group, built in 1964, comprises transatlantic styling of the body shell with the traditional British craftsmanship that you would expect from a 1960s luxury saloon.  The opulent interior with dove grey leather seats and walnut facia panels on the dashboard and rear picnic tables is paired with a very smooth and quiet engine that motors you along on suspension that is built purely for comfort.


Whilst the car itself is quintessentially British the design gives a nod to American influences (the original design was the brainchild of Raymond Leowy - the famous US industrial designer) with its quad-headlights and dripping with chrome all of which is complemented by the two tone paint work (Biarritz blue body and Windsor blue roof).   

[Bottom two photos -  www.johnharrisphotography.co.uk]