We at this office have been readers of Motor Sport for some years now, and hope you or other readers can assist.
In an issue of the magazine, of 1974 or early 1975, I recall reading a garage advertisement which stated that they had for sale one of three factory-built Humber Hawks/Super Snipes, which featured a V8 engine.
I would be grateful if any of your staff or readers could furnish me with details of such a car, as Chrysler LlK deny any knowledge of such a beast. Thanking you in anticipation.
Metropolitan Police Office, M. GREGORY London SE1
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