|Invicta S Type SOLD|
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|type||Cabrio / Roadster|
|Works pointed tail tourer by Vanden Plas.|
Probably the most historic and well-documented of all Low Chassis Invictas , S62 was first registered to Invicta Cars on 1st June 1931 to be used for demonstration and competition purposes.Company Sales Director A,C.Lace drove the car extensively from 1932 to 1934 competing at all levels, everywhere from Brooklands, to The Isle of Man, The Alpine Trail and The Monte Carlo Rally. The original standard Tourer VDP body was replaced by the present (and unique) VDP pointed tail body for Invicta Cars in July 1933 and was finished in Blue with Blue trim.
In recent years, renowned Invicta specialist, Derek Green of Cedar Classic Cars has expertly maintained this car to the highest standards. The car has been fitted with lightweight cycle wings plus a specially prepared race engine, making it superb for either historic competition or long distance fast touring. Since 2000, the car has been a regular entrant to the most prestigious historic events, such as Le Mans Classic and Goodwood Revival, where it has continued to perform as a front running car.