Trade-in car.This very special Humber Super Snipe V was delivered new in 1965 to the first Dutch owner. The first owner had the car until 1977, after which it was sold to the 2nd owner who was also the father-in-law of the first owner. The 2nd owner enjoyed the Humber until 2005, then sold it to the last owner who owned the car until 2023. In October 1964, the last Series V version of the Saloon underwent a restyling of the entire body with a flat roofline and rear window, and very importantly, a taller windshield.Double Zenith Stromberg 175CD carburetors were fitted, along with a Harry Weslake-tuned cylinder head, increasing power to 137 HP, and synchromesh was fitted to all gears in the gearbox - previous versions had it only on 3rd and 4th gears. Major changes were made to the front and rear suspension and required less maintenance. By the way, sound insulation was also further improved to make the car even more comfortable. The Humber Super Snipe is a fantastic car to travel comfortably from A to B and even today the 2,989 cc 6 cylinder engine is a pleasure to drive.Because our car is in a very nice, but above all original condition. The car is far too nice for a complete restoration, and would also be a shame to restore the car completely. The interior is in a very well maintained condition, and especially considering its age still looks incredibly nice. The woodwork is also very nice and well cared for. The paintwork could use some attention, if you are bothered of course. Actually, this is the perfect car to drive, and in a few years to see what you will or will not do to the car. The car comes with the original bill of sale, complete history from the first owner to now with the owners certificate.