1949 Humber Hawk

Vehicle
A vintage English hawk.

Ted Tyson bought this 1972 Humber Hawk from Bill Mack, a wool classer. It was used for six years, and then sat abandoned on Ted’s farm for 22 years. In 2000 Ted restored the vehicle to its former glory. The Humber Hawk, by Rootes Australia, was advertised as a ‘preview of tomorrow’ with ‘synchromatic finger-tip gear control’.

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Kulin Museum and Men’s Shed Inc.

Old Butler's Garage is a hub for the community.

The Kulin Museum and Men’s Shed is housed in the original Butler’s Garage which was opened in 1938. The collection includes cars, trucks, machinery, tractors, implements and a settler's cottage...

Address:

77 Johnston Street
Kulin WA 6365
Australia

Open Hours
Wed and Sat 10am - 2pm; or by appointment. Entry by gold coin donation.

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