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Danish Army Specific: 25 Hawks acquired at British Motors in June 1952. Price pr. unit was around 12.300,- Kr. Presumably used as staff cars.
Historical
: The Humber Hawk was produced in six marks from approx. July 1945 until 1956. The Hawk IV had revised steering and a new 2267cc version of the four cylinder sidevalve engine which resulted in a slight performance improvement.
Externally the Hawk IV looked the same as the previous version which was still only two years old.
A much improved Hawk V arrived in 1952 which introduced a touring limousine body option and some minor chrome changes. Production continued until another facelift (the Mk VI) arrived in 1955.
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Engine
: Own 4-cylinder, 2.267 cm3 (138 cubic inches) displacement, carburetor, liquid-cooled.
Horsepower: 58 at 3.400 rpm.
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Tyres: 6.40 - 15.
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Fuel type: Petrol.
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