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1950 Humber Hawk Mk.IV

1950 Humber Hawk Mk.IV in The Naked Truth, Movie, 1957 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1950 Humber Hawk Mk.IV

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Comments about this vehicle

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stronghold EN

2006-08-02 03:29

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i'd say Humber...

Sunbar UK

2006-08-02 11:11

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Humber definitely....

For me probably a 1950 Humber Hawk http://www.adclassix.com/ads2/50humberhawk.htm

Alexander DE

2006-08-02 11:22

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Yes, agreed, Humber Hawk, most likely a Mk.IV (1950-52).

Alexander DE

2006-08-02 11:42

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NB: Antoine, here is another car with strange Mark and Series designation:

Humber Hawk
Mk I 1945-47
Mk II 1947-48
Mk III 1948-50
Mk IV 1950-52
Mk V 1952-54
Mk VI 1954-55
Mk VIa 1956-57
Series I 1957-59
Series Ia 1959-60
Series II 1960-62
Series III 1962-64
Series IV 1964-66
Series IVa 1966-67

To use the Mk-field perhaps a choice could be provided (radio buttos or drop-down-list):

Something like:

Mk.
Series
Phase
T (VW Bus)
...

plus a help link to the (not yet existing) glossary.

So, if you are bored, and don't know what to do ... :)


antp BE

2006-08-02 13:23

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mk field is just an integer that is formatted later depending on the make (& model), but I can't make that choice available for each vehicle.
In the case of the Hawk, we could use numbers from 1 to 10 (skipping the VIa/IVa) do:
if 1 to 6, "Mk" followed by the value
else "Series" followed by the value-6
but it is maybe not easy to use when editing the vehicle info...

-- Last edit: 2006-08-02 13:23:28

Alexander DE

2006-08-02 16:19

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antp wrote ... but it is maybe not easy to use when editing the vehicle info...

It's okay, if you like to type in a three page long explanation... :D

Perhaps (in the future) you can change it into a text field, as extra letters (e.g. Series IIa) are important.

antp BE

2006-08-02 16:29

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The problem is that roman numbers will not be written automatically on the basis of a normal number then, if the field does not contain just a number.
Or I could allow numbers with decimal part, e.g. 2.1 for "IIa" :D
I made that integer-based system so all cars of a same make or model had same naming style, to prevent "Mk.6", "Mk3", "MK IV" for various Ford Fiesta for example...
Also to have a correct sorting by number, including roman ones.

-- Last edit: 2006-08-02 16:30:44

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