Only three examples of this hastily-conceived and ghastly-looking machine were made Gone was the 'LeaF' engine, replaced by a Ford Zephyr unit. The original Earls Court car was finished in mauve with gold-plated fittings - enough to put anyone off, which it did, and spelt finis for a fine old name. It was inspired by the new company ownerís liking for certain Ghia styling exercises, and was built at breakneck speed from whatever components were available. Specification included in tubular frame and four-wheel disc brakes. With not a single order taken, plans for a four door were abandoned.