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No: 7780   Contributor: Spitfire   Year: 2010   Manufacturer: Humber   Country: England

Picture added on 24 December 2011 at 00:22
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Can anyone ID this vehicle? Army?

Added by Admin on 24 December 2011.
Humber (Snipe?) staff car. VRN is British civilian (ie a preserved vehicle in private hands). the number on the door is a British military registration number used during WW2. The Tactical signs are for an Army Group, with a Royal Army Service Corps flash (blue & yellow), unfortunately without a number! The red "star" plate indicates a Lieutenant-General.

Added by Roger Greenaway on 24 December 2011.
Military Humber 4000 cc

Added by Antoon de Lepper on 17 July 2012.
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