Engine: Inline 6-cylinder 4 ½ litre overhead valve | Transmission: 4-speed manual | Bodystyle: Sports Tourer

Marque and model history: The Invicta brand was founded by Noel Macklin, an English entrepreneur. Credit for design of the car goes Reid Railton, with an underslug design. This gave the car a very low stance allowing for excellent sporting dynamics, and dramatic looks. Power was via a 6-cylinder Meadows engine with tremendous torque. Coachwork was supplied by Carbodies of Coventry, and just over 75 cars are known to have been built. These cars were very successful in various motorsport trials the world over, and remain highly collectable today.

Provenance: This 1932 S-Type is one of just 2 cars that came to the country, and the sole survivor – in fact one of a few survivors worldwide. The car has participated in historic car events for over 60 years, and was previously owned by noted vintage and classic car stalwart Roni Khan.