UNIPOWER GT TM
Owners Club & Register
The worldwide Owners Club founded in 1972
The Club for Owners and Enthusiasts of the marque
The first book to be published on the history of the Unipower GT
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Club Website recent updates
Latest updates on current Restorations and stories in the Blog Pages
The last of Unipower GT's being rebuilt is well into its final stages of its total restoration. To see how this car is progressing and reports on other earlier rebuilds click HERE...
There is now just ONE Unipower GT car for sale in the UK. Get in quick as there has been significant interest recently. For more details see HERE....
Fabrication of various parts like gearchanges are just some of the many parts available to owners as well as many other hard to find or obsolete parts including original body panels. See HERE....
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The Club is pleased to announce that the name 'Unipower GT' has been legally registered as a Trade Mark belonging to the Club's founder
Latest Club Blog Posts
Unipower GT 1966
This road spec chassis was built towards the end of 1966, becoming the factory demonstration car that would appear in all the magazine articles and road-tests of that period.
Fitted with a 998cc Cooper engine, as UPD had thought that this would be the most popular choice of customers, it was the very first production car fitted with sliding door windows. The earlier cars being retro fitted with new doors and sliding windows due to issues with the original wind-up windows not sealing well enough.
Fitted with all the factory options available at that time it was subject to additional options as time went on. Remaining with the factory until its closure in late 1969, the car was sold to the factory's Storeman who then sold it on to the then Unipower agent, Monty & Ward Motors in Kent in 1971. It was then bought by Gerry Hulford as his first Unipower GT and was to go on to complete a huge mileage over the next 12-years..
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Gerry Hulford is seen here doing a few installation laps in chassis #766.2 at the Goodwood circuit following a rebuild in 2014.
LTM80G had its first outing since its rebuild at the Prescott Hillclimb
More detail on the Blog pages
1969 Road car chassis UWF 1012 - LTM 80G
Owned in the 80's by the well known motoring writer, Peter Filby, this 1969 road car chassis has been totally rebuilt by its current owners and has run only in a few hill climbs and demo events. See Blog pages for recent history