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Visit to Humber Cars Museum

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Visit to Humber Cars Museum

Date and Time

23 September 2014 - 19:30-21:30

Location

Hull, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Humber local network.


About this event

They were once loved by the British Army, prime ministers, and kings and queens alike. Humbers were known as the poor man’s Rolls-Royce. But while more than 80 per cent of all the Rolls-Royces ever built can still be traced today, fewer than one in 100 Humbers has survived. Even more surprising, the largest collection in Britain isn’t kept in a national museum but belongs to a potato merchant from Hull. TUCKED away in the city’s industrial heartland, it has been described as 'Hull's best kept secret'. Allan Marshall's incredible collection of rare Humber luxury cars is renowned in the motoring world. With his father Reg, Mr Marshall has spent 35 years collecting 27 cars, with previous owners including King George VI and Buddy Holly.

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Speaker: Allan Marshall

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General public are welcome.Limit of 30 visitors.Registration required.

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