This years London Concours will see the ex-Works race car, Chassis 766.2 on display at the Honourable Artillery Club grounds in Central London next week, between the 8th - 10th June. This Competition GT version was the first Unipower GT sold and importantly the first chassis built by the factory in early 1966, all the more remarkable and testimony to the speed at which they adapted, given the factory were only geared up at that time to build Road specification cars. This is the last remaining 'Works' raced car and will be displayed in as original specification whilst still retaining its original patina inside the car, thereby presenting the marque to the original high standard of external condition and bodywork.
This is a a very special occasion indeed, as to have the Unipower GT marque invited on two successive years is something highly unusual.
This follows on from last years participation of Chassis 766.1, the first Road specification as seen below displayed in the Lost Marques class.
Judging starts on Tuesday morning (8th) with the Prizegiving later that day. The last day of the Concours this year sees a plethora of road-going Supercars from owners of the supercar club, The Drivers Union. So please come along and be assured of a great few days of wonderful rare cars and all based in the centre of London. I'll be there on all three days, so come and say hello and support the Unipower GT marque.