UHU 134 is the only car that Alec Pringle says he ever regretted selling.
Read about it in his article,
A Retrospective View of Chassis No.1252.
Other previous owners include George Blount, Paul Williams and Peter Hendrie and John Machon.
WPC 7 was first registered in January 1955 and acquired by the present owner in 1966. The vehicle was not in use from 1972 until 2011 when it was re-commissioned and re-painted McLaren Orange. Anonymous owner.
VBH 369 was acquired by Robert Moore in August 2017 from Sherwwod Restorations of Southwell. Between January 2007 and 2017 the car was owned by George Niblett who used the car extensively in the UK and the continent for touring and rallies. Between 1983 and 2000 the car was owned by Doug Williams then it was sold to Roger Giles and Graham Weare who restored the vehicle.
785 DMP was originally purchased by Graham Woodford from a London dealer who had three Doretti sports cars on display. One was red, another was British racing green and third car (Chassis No.1258), was white. Hayward Ridley bought the car in 1985 has since fitted TR2-type locks on the boot lid and disc brakes at the front.Unfortunely Hayward reports that the car had been stolen from a lock-up.
GCH 584 is one of the few cars that were fitted with a factory hardtop. Chassis No.1259 bought at auction by Jack Kelleher in 2020. Previously owned by Andrew Walker, who inherited the car from his father.