Humber Vogue - today's tempter

By: Unique Cars magazine

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Aussie-assembled Brit

While the Humber Vogue - aka the Singer Vogue in other markets - carries a very British heritage, it is in fact a locally-assembled car, and a fairly high-spec one for its time. It is listed as a series III, which places it around 1964-65.

This was no cheap and cheerful runabout, but an upper-end mid-sized luxury car. Inside there is wall-to-wall woodgrain finish.

Under the paint, it was running a reasonably lively 1600 alloy head engine and three-speed auto. It also boasted disc front brakes. 

What got our attention with this car was the extensive mechanical work claimed by the seller, which suggests it should be a trouble-free toy for some time to come.

And to show there may still be value out there in classic car land, it's priced at $10,000. It's located in Tasmania...time for a trip across on the ferry, perhaps?

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