The 1962 Humber Hawk has left the Bridge Classic Cars Suffolk HQ bound for its new home.
The car was bought on eBay and will be recommissioned but kept visually very similar to how you see it now according to its new owner!
We’re excited to see what becomes of our 1962 Humber Hawk in the future.
A recent arrival at the Bridge Classic Cars restoration workshop deep in the heart of Suffolk was this awesome 1962 Humber Hawk.
This particular classic Humber is owned by our painter Chris’s dad. Chris’s dad has owned the car since before Chris was born and was always destined to become a British street rod. In recent years, it lay dormant at a body shop awaiting its journey but it has now been moved to our site for the team here to keep an eye on it and keep it safe.
In the 1970s and 1980s, the Humber Hawks were popular with British hot rodders and drag racers alike. Fitting more powerful Rover V8s and occasionally the odd American small-block. With their styling akin to the ”shoebox” Chevys of the mid-1950s, they hold a certain appeal to those into nostalgic drag racing and street rodding here in the UK.
It’s always nice to see something different and with such a connection a member of our close-knit team.