1976 Hillman Humber Sceptre
The Humber Sceptre was introduced in 1963 as a luxury car based on the Hillman Super Minx.
The Sceptre was originally intended as a four-door replacement for the Sunbeam Rapier, but was launched as a Humber.
The Sceptre was discontinued in September 1976, along with the Humber and Hillman marque names. From that time, all models in the Chrysler UK range were branded as Chryslers.
No bodywork done
Got new wheels done 2 months ago
Restored 3 years ago
Interior is in great condition
Exterior is in great condition
Nothing has been replaced or renewed
Roof lining, Dashboard, Instrument cluster, Steering wheel all in great condition
Mechanically engine is running fine
Car starts up well
Brakes work well
Don't miss out on this stunning classic!
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