Category:Humber Pullman

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All-weather with umbrella


The Pullman is a long wheelbase Super Snipe saloon with the extended back, from Mark II, in a more rounded style finished by coachbuilders, generally Rootes Group members Thrupp and Maberly.
There were other variants on this long chassis including convertibles, landaulettes and ambulances.

Pullman engine from 1936 to 1954 6-cylinder side valve 4086 cc output, 100-116 bhp
Wheelbases:

  • 1936-1939 Snipe saloon wheelbase plus 8" —Flickr
  • Mark I 1945-1948 Snipe saloon wheelbase plus 11½" —Flickr
  • Mark II 1948-1950 Snipe saloon wheelbase plus 14½"
  • Mark III 1951-1953 Snipe saloon wheelbase plus 14½"
  • Mark IV 1953-1954 Snipe saloon wheelbase plus 14½"

— The Imperial is an owner-driver Pullman, the same car without a division