The Humber Register  

Hon. Register/Secretary: Richard Arman, Northbrook Cottage, 175 York Road, Broadstone, Dorset, BH18 8ES   Tel: +44 (0)1202 695937  Email: thearmans@googlemail.com

 

 

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Introduction

 

The Humber Register is a one make club which caters for owners of Veteran, Edwardian and Vintage cars and motorcycles; that is those made before 31st December 1930 and also those i.o.e. engined cars made in 1931 and 1932. (The Post Vintage Humber Car Club at www.humber.org.uk caters for the more recent Humber models.)

 

The Register has about 320 members worldwide and organises at least one major social rally each year. There are also a series of gatherings organised by members in varied locations across the country during the year.

 

The Register also belongs to the RAC approved Inter-Register Club together with a number of other one make Registers, enabling members to participate in further mildly competitive rallies and events, jointly organised, of which the Humber Register event is one.

 

There is a very good bi-monthly bulletin containing reports of Register activities, members' news, rebuilding and repairs, articles featuring Humbers, photographs, and advertisements of cars and spares for sale and wanted.

 

Members serve on a panel to answer questions of a technical nature on the running, maintenance and rebuilding of the various models. There is also a Spares Register for the acquisition and disposal of spare parts, and the making of some unobtainable spares.

 

There is abundant technical information available for the various models as well as a library of previous technical articles as printed in the Bulletin over the years.

 

Copies of handbooks, road tests, etc. may be obtained from the library, and advice can be given on insurance, reclamation of original registration numbers and the history of the vehicles known to us.

 

The Registrar will be happy to answer any queries about the Register and to send out and subsequently receive applications for membership. On joining, members will receive a complete 'starter pack' of information which could be of considerable assistance, especially if they are Humber owners for the first time.

 

 

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