Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Humber Super Snipe Series V 1965 Red Humber first used the Super Snipe name in 1938 and there were several generations of the car before an all new monocoque body version was launched in 1958, confusingly called the Series 1. This design was updated several times over the following years and the car modelled here is one of the last, identified most obviously by its deeper front windscreen. The shape of the model looks good and the smaller trim parts are carefully fitted over an authentic burgundy paint finish. One minor detail is that the exhaust tailpipe appears to be on the wrong side when compared with the few rear end photos that we’ve been able to find.
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 Super Snipe 3/4 model by Neo
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