This Jowett won the Rally Automóvel Internacional de Lisboa in 1951. Unique and proven 50's racing history. Jowett Cars Ltd. was an English brand that made a lot of 2-cylinder cars. After the Second World War they developed the Javelin saloon, an attractive fastback with a 1486cc overhead valve engine. 1951 saw the introduction of the sporty 2-seater Jupiter. The bodywork styling is particularly fine in its execution. Only 731 Mk1’s were ever produced. The Jupiter used the Javelin engine in an innovative tubular frame, designed by the Austrian engineer Robert Eberan von Eberhorst. It has a lovely Uni-Green finish with light tan leather interior trim and a wooden dashboard. This 3-seater also has column gear shift. The fine bodywork has good quality and well-aligned body panels. The good paintwork has a nice lustre. This is a prime example of the rich English car heritage, unique and seldom available.