Only around 20 cars were produced by the low-volume British manufacturer before production was halted with onset of war when the company was a mere two years old. 1937 models were equipped with a 1.5litre 4cyl engine, but its second year of production introduced a 4.3litre Lincoln-Zephyr sourced V12 powerplant. Entered in the 1938 Le Mans 24 hrs with the company's founders, the car unfortunately retired early with a broken driveshaft. This is one of a handful of In 2016, the brand would be reborn.
Moving in unchartered waters, we have stripped down the 4.3 Coupe and sent the car to Bodylines of Northampton. Further updates will be made as we progress.