There were not many Unipower GT cars produced in the first place so there are very few of us involved with the site. It’s created and maintained by a few owners for other owners and for motoring enthusiasts.
The site is the online presence of the Unipower GT Register. The Unipower GT Register is informal, unfunded and non-profit making.
Unipower GT discussion and chat can be found at https://www.facebook.com/UnipowerGT/.
We want to expand the site as an open access source of knowledge about these fabulous cars. We welcome your knowledge to add content or correct errors. Future developments might include an article bibliography and pictorial record of surviving cars. Please get in touch if you’d like to help make either happen
We share our knowledge but, more than 50 years after the launch of the car, not all the facts remain clear. Please regard therefore any info we provide through the Register, on this site or by email as advisory and not hard fact.
Please get in touch if you have any contribution you’d like to make to site content on the. This is especially true of images of the cars, their whereabouts, history or anecdotes.
General enquiries, comments, suggestions, corrections: firstname.lastname@example.org
History, vehicle authenticity: email@example.com