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In total, 12 manufacturers that are no longer in business will be represented in the display on the lawns of the Honourable Artillery Company HQ on 19-20 August, where over 100 cars will be on show.
These will be joined by the first production Unipower GT, one of 40 survivors from the 72 built, and a Marcos TSO GT2 prototype.
The Alvis on show will be a Speed 25 with an interesting tale to tell. When new, it was a 21st-birthday present, and the original documents show that it was delivered incomplete, with unfitted panels supplied by coachbuilder Charlesworth.
Tickets for this annual automotive celebration in the heart of the British capital are on sale now.