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Humber Sceptical

I am considering whether to buy a 1963 1,592cc Humber Sceptre and wondered if there might be a "Road Test" available to help me decide whether I should go ahead, please? I'm particularly interested to learn if there are any "gremlins" associated with this model. Thank you for your time.

Asked on 14 November 2009 by

Answered by Honest John
You will be able to find a copy original road test somehow, from a
specialist motoring bookshop. This was a really horrible car to drive. The origin of the description "grey porridge". It was much better once it acquired the 'Arrow' body in the late 1960s. It is highly likely to be riddled with rust, so if you still want to go ahead take a magnet or a paint thickness gauge.
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