The Leidart 8 was a one-off car made in 1936. It was built to try to capitalise on the new 30hp Ford V8.
The car had a 3622cc V8 engine with side valves. The engine was connected to a three-speed gearbox via a single-plate clutch. The car had a top speed of 100mph (161kmh).
The chassis was 8ft 5in and had semi-elliptical leaf-springs in the front and reversed quarter-elliptical leaf-springs at the rear. Cable operated brakes were fitted. The chassis had deep sides and stiff cross-members.
The car sold for £425.