1927 Humber 14/40 Six Light Saloon

RH Classics > 1927 Humber 14/40 Six Light Saloon
Model14/40 Six Light Saloon

Chassis Number: 14116   Engine Number: 14118    Registration Number: KA7896

A superbly presented, delightfully original matching numbers vintage saloon in very long-term ownership.  Very well known in Humber Club circles over many years and now reluctantly for sale on behalf of its owner.

First registered on 01 July 1926.  Comprehensive history file including service logs, bills for over 40 years and Club correspondence dating back over 50 years.

Well maintained, presented in lovely, gently patinated condition and absolutely ready to use, having been fully recommissioned prior to sale.

Original 1927 RF60 registration document and accompanying continuation buff log book, detailing a complete ownership trail through the years since this Motor Car was new.

Launched on 1st October 1926 for the 1927 model year, the 14/40hp was a medium sized quality saloon, featuring a 2050cc inlet over exhaust 4-cylinder engine, which was essentially a scaled down version of the larger 6-cylinder 3075cc 20/55 model.

Just 2,240 examples of the 14/40hp were produced by the Humber Road factory between 1926 and 1929. With a bore of 75mm and stroke of 116mm, the engine delivered good torque, being a traditional long-stroke motor with a top speed of 60 mph.


  • Oxford blue with beautifully patinated, buttoned black leather trim
  • 2050cc inlet over exhaust 4 cylinder engine fulled by a Cox carburettor
  • Opening Vee-windscreens and Smokers’ roof light
  • Bone door handles to all 4 doors and hand grab tassels for nervous passengers
  • Overhead storage netting to the front compartment
  • Vacuum wiper fitted to the driver’s windscreen

Overall length 13’9”
Overall width 5’ 7”
Wheelbase 9’ 8”
Track 4’ 8”

A beautifully engineered, delightfully patinated, quality vintage saloon that could comfortably earn its keep with Summer wedding work.  

Available for viewing at our rural workshops just outside Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.