1936 - 1938
This was a lesser-known Anglo-American hybrid, which used a 3562cc supercharged 6-cylinder Graham engine instead of the more usual Ford V8 or Hudson units adopted by Allard, Brough Superior and Railton. The engine had a special alloy head and SU downdraught carburettor giving an output of 128bhp. The bodies were very English in style, a saloon by Carlton, drophead coupe by Abbott and sports tourer by Bertelli. It changed little in the three years that it was on the market, through more angular Bertelli bodies were used for the 1938 saloons. Production ended in the middle of that year.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile