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Unipower GT 

Unipower Competition GT 

VIN / Chassis ID: 1266.9

UNIPOWER GT
Previously Sold

Unipower GT 

VIN / Chassis ID: UWF1005

UWF Automative Engineering Ltd

1969 - RHD - 1300cc Mini Metro Turbo

SOLD  in  2020

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This early production UWF Automative Engineering Road version was sold in the UK before being owned by various owners around the World during which time its bodywork was modified a few times. Re-imported into the UK, its current owner has carried out an extensive restoration including removing the previously installed glass roof, but retaining its Metro Turbo engine installed when it was in the USA. Now fitted with larger brakes and wheels, the interior has undergone a total retrim.   

VIN / Chassis ID: UWF1012

UWF Automative Engineering Ltd

1969 - RHD - 1275cc Mini Cooper 'S'

SOLD  in  2020

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This mid-production UWF Automative Engineering Road version was previously owned by a well known motoring journalist who installed the unique air-dam and was featured in many of his and other books and magazines. The car then changed hands a few times before being converted for competition use, involving many bodywork changes, part rose-jointed suspension and totally stripped out and lightened. Supplied with a 1300cc Cooper 'S' engine & gearbox.

Its competition history can be read in the Road Cars on Track pages of this website.

SOLD  in  2020

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1966 - RHD - Competition GT 1293cc Cooper 'S'

Universal Power Drives Ltd

This is the third Customer Competition GT version built by Universal Power Drives and shown at the January 1967 Racing Car Show. Eventually sold to Janspeed Engineering in June 1967 it was competed in that year driven by the well known West-country driver, Geoff Mabbs before being sold early the following year to Brian Harvey who competed in the car for a few months. After a few more owners, the car ended up in Belgium when, now painted yellow, it's owner raced it at circuits such as Spa and Zolder. Bought by its current owner from a car dealer in Brussels in 2014, its livery has been restored to that of its Janspeed/Brian Harvey period. Fitted with a 1293cc Cooper 'S' engine & gearbox. 

Its competition history can be read in the Privateer Competition GT Cars pages of this website.

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