Sir, Sub-Lieutenant G. P. Shea-Simonds, R.N.V.R. (” Cars I have Owried,” June) was mistaken in supposing my quarrel is with the” 100 M.P.H.” Invieta, with which
I have had little experience. My Invieta was an earlier car—virtually the old 3-litre chassis with a 4A-litre engine and capable of a none-too-safe “90” or so–its manifold sins and wickedness having been largely eliminated, so it was at least claimed, in the 100-m.p.h. model; yet Mr. Shea-Simonds, I observe, ” admits that reliability was not one of the more conspicuous qualities “of his own car. Which being so, what of poor me with the unexpurgated version ? am, Yours etc.,
F. I ,vegrr. Maidenhead.