The Register

The Unipower GT Register is a source of information for Unipower GT owners and others. It is recognised by the UK Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA). The Register is a member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC).

The Unipower GT Register is informal, unfunded and non-profit making. Simply, it comprises current owners, many of whom have considerable real-world experience restoring, maintaining and developing the cars and who can provide practical assistance with technical and other queries.

The general aims of the Register are to:
1. Record and maintain a database of surviving cars
2. Validate origin and history of cars for existing or potential owners
3. Help owners with technical and specification queries
4. Promote the use and enjoyment of the iconic Unipower GT

Changes are made to the database as and when cars are rediscovered or new info emerges. It’s currently thought that around 40 cars remain of the original 72 manufactured. Where are the others?

One long-time Unipower GT owner holds some original factory documentation about the cars and other validated information. This includes the production records for every car manufactured. Other owners hold a variety of other documentation.