Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Humber Sceptre 1963 Red/White Launched in 1963, the Humber Sceptre was marketed as a luxury sports saloon and with 80 bhp on tap and a decent level of equipment it was competitive in its market sector for the time. The styling included wrap-around front and rear windscreens and small fins on the tail and all these details are neatly modelled. Two-tone paint schemes were a popular option and here we see the car in a very fetching red and cream. The masking of the two colours is very neatly done, with the lighter colour correctly filling the scallops within the rear fins and the small detail parts are neatly fitted.
Very well finished resincast models. Mostly road cars, though with a few interesting competition subjects. Rapidly establishing themselves as one of the best ranges we see in terms of quality and value for money. Made in China
Humber Sceptre model by Neo
Two tone Red and White. Released 31/10/17
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