I bought the silver one last year, and love it. I am maintaining a register of all cars worldwide which is accessible to 21 owners and lets us keep in touch with each other for moral support / spares / tips etc. There are two chassis number series, but the numbers are not consecutive (presumably to mask the low sales volumes), but far as I can ascertain 40 cars were actually built including the two alloy bodied cars, of which 9 are overseas. At least two cars are still owned by their original owner.
My observations are as follows:
Notwithstanding the above, I love mine and aim to keep it for ever. Call me if you want, or come over and have a go - I'm in Caxton, not too far from you by the looks. 07515-641889
Well said Guy
I agree 100%
To my eyes: The 7 is superior and iconic.
I see the 21 as a modern Morgan Plus 4 plus ..similar story. I hope the value will raise the same (but I think not)
It is one of the very last old fashioned designed/build car (no CAD, prototype made in a shed, low volume)...in fact everything I love in 60's fiberglass British cars
Difficult commercial history make it today a rare beast and a must have
Hope to keep mine forever.
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If I may be permitted to drift away very slightly from the OPs thread, and whilst it has the attention of 21 owners, I have an unused Catalyst for sale from a K engined 21, if anyone finds themselves needing another cat.
BM me if interested.
I'm around Oxford / Abingdon if you want to a feel for for one.
I'm planning a restauration as well.