The Jensen H-Type was a series of cars introduced in 1938. The H-Type was powered by a Nash-sourced 4.2L inline eight engine, and offered in saloon, drophead coupe, fixed head coupe, and sports tourer body styles. Although most examples were RHD, a special one-off was built in LHD. This car is also notable as it was the only example built with a Lincoln V12 engine. As these cars were built during wartime, production was limited, and only 15 examples are believed to have been built before the model was discontinued in 1945.