This site was created initially to provide an independent, permanent online presence for the Unipower GT Register. It’s maintained for that purpose by a few owners for other owners and for motoring enthusiasts. We offer our hands-on knowledge of the cars gained from many years of owning, maintaining and restoring them. If you have a question, please get in touch.
Our aim is to provide open-source information, copyright-free and in a transparent manner. We do not require registration to access any part of the site. We do not solicit business or offer any other services.
We welcome suggestions for changes to this site. We have long considered expanding its scope including by adding a more comprehensive an article bibliography and a pictorial record of the cars produced. Please get in touch if you’d like to help make either happen.
Since the inception of the site several other online resources have sprung up which provide information, chat and discussion about the cars. They are very welcome since the cars are the stars, not their owners or those who run the sites. Please see the links page for a list of some of them.
More than 50 years after the launch of the car, not all the facts about it remain clear. Please regard therefore any info we provide on this site or by any other means as advisory and not hard fact. We recommend you use multiple sources. We are happy to correct errors or omissions.
Please get in touch if you have a question or would like to make a contribution to content on the. This is especially true of images of the cars, their whereabouts, history or anecdotes.
- General enquiries, comments, suggestions, corrections: email@example.com
- Vehicle resister: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Broken links, email problems, technical: email@example.com