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
Limited edition with only a few copies left
This fully authenticated publication written by the Club's founder, Gerry Hulford, is a 500 copy Limited publication released initially through the Club's website and now also through Chaters Motoring Booksellers.
With a Foreword by both Ernie Unger and Val Dare-Bryan, the history of these cars is told in great detail from its conception though the 4-years of production as well as all those involved along the way with many anecdotal stories of their exploits. The efforts of the 'Works' factory racing campaigns as well as those of the Privateer teams is discussed in great detail along with an extensive listing of known competitive participation in events from 1967 to date, as well as biographies of the cars competed in.
The official Register of all cars produced world-wide is published for the first time ever, along with historical images, providing an insight into the details of each car. Technical aspects of the cars are covered in detail along with guidance on suspension setups for both Road and Competition use.
Published as a hardback edition extending to 172-pages 225mm x 270mm on high quality paper designed/printed in the UK, featuring in excess of 425 Colour & Black/white period photographs, this book is the accumulation of over 50-years of Gerry's knowledge and is the definitive reference for owners and all those interested in the Unipower GT marque.
"You are to be congratulated on the depth of your research in to every aspect of the cars from their development, building, people involved, politics and the register of the owners and their cars. It’s a masterpiece and every owner should have a copy "
Gerry W - ex-Unipower Cars employee
" I am MEGA impressed, - your book is world class! Simply ace!
What a lot of sheer enthusiasm, professionalism and hard work plus time must have gone into it. "
Christian S - Austria
" t's hard to imagine a more complete work on this fascinating vehicle "
Graham H - UK
Click the BUY NOW button below or visit the Club's Shop to purchase a copy. Please note that ONLY copies purchased through this website will be signed by the Author if requested.
Unipower GT - Registered Trade Mark
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
Following the success of this years Classic Motor Show, when over 69,000 people attended the Show, the Club is pleased to announce that it will once again be participating at next years Show.
Club Website recent updates
A 1969 UWF built car for sale on this website (Jan '23)
Latest updates on current Restorations and stories in the Blog Pages
Unipower GT Restorations - Latest Updates
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...
Important Update on a car available for restoration. 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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Interested in buying a Unipower GT ?
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LTM80G had its first outing since its rebuild at the Prescott Hillclimb
More detail on the Blog pages
Built in mid 1966, this road spec chassis was built towards the end of 1966 and was to become the works demonstration car that would appear in many 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.
The car was fitted with all the factory options available at that time and was subject to additional fitment 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.
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 through many owners, being heavily modified along the way, before its current owners rebuilt the car, retaining its unique wide wheel arches and now running the car in a few hill climbs and demo events. See Blog pages for recent history
Supplier Offers for Club Members
Do you carry a Fire Extinguisher in your car and if so is it bulky and does it need servicing regularly ?.
The Gloss Fire Action company market the handy, lightweight Fire Sticks as have become very popular of late. They are offering a 10% Discount to Club Members by using the Discount Code accessible by logging into the Members Area and going to Members Forum/Marketplace.
Latest Club Blog Posts
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In 2013/14 chassis # 766.2 had undergone its first comprehensive strip down and rebuild for the first time since it was last raced by the factory team in 1969.
This video is of the shakedown test carried out in April 2014 (track-day rules applied on overtaking) at the famous Goodwood race track in Sussex, England driven by its owner Gerry Hulford. The Jaguar on track had a 5ltr supercharged engine of 500hp and the Aston was the latest Vantage V8 at the time.
The car was running a new setup and tyres, so the on-track pace was exploratory whilst slowly building pace, to determine if all was well with the car's mechanicals. All was well !. The latest changes on its setup had improved its handling considerably. These settings and the history of this very successful race car are published in the new Book on the history of the Unipower GT marque which can be purchased through the Shop on this website.