A spectacular display of Invictas is the latest addition to this year's Chelsea AutoLegends on 4 September.
The turnout will mark the 80th anniversary of Donald Healey's victory in an S-type in the 1931 Monte Carlo with nine examples of the 1930s sports car on display - including the Monte-winning car (above).
It'll line up with a works car campaigned in period by Raymond Mays (below) and one example of the 11 S-types made, fittingly, in nearby Flood Street where the factory re-located production from its Cobham facility three years before the marque went out of business in 1936.
Other star attractions at ChelseaLegends - now in its second year - include a 30-plus strong group of Le Mans racers and a class of mighty Group B rally legends while no significant classic show can escape the obligatory tribute to the Jaguar E-type's 50th anniversary.
And there'll be a celebration of some of the great 1960s British privateer racing teams, along with a tribute to the car's of the Swinging Sixties.
See: www.chelseaautolegends.com for more.