could be worth trying Barry Priestman of the Crayford club too.
Got a feeling that car you mention Andy finding is the one he rebuilt himself. Must be aleast 5 years ago I heard a story that he might sell for the right money, but as he still has it, I guess that one wasn't really for sale either - but it could be worth trying...
As for 19? Well a few years I looked into how many were around - IIIRC we could account for the whereabouts of 15. As Magnus said, Crayford admit to building 20 of them, but its very unclear it thats 20 in total, or if its 20 convertibles plus the 3 cabriolets. All 3 cabs are still about (though 2 are in a very poor condition) - The one thats running has had the same owner for 25+ years and definitely won't be for sale. Of the convertibles, theres probably only 3 or 4 that are on the road here in the UK ATM, with others known in Norway and as far away as Japan (I think it was Japan anyway, might have been China :winner: ) I've lost track of SLR 975F - that one has changed hands a good few times in recent years, but I'm pretty sure Ron Vickers still has his in Blackpool (another that I don't think would be for sale). Very much doubt that Dave Wright would sell either
There are a few others around, but all in varioius states of repair, and like mine, in need of a great deal of work
SLR has just had a repaint and is finished ready for our club stand at the N E C next week. Seve Hill is the very proud owner and would not sell it for a kings ransom. I'm sure Dave Wright wont mind me saying that Steve's car is equal to his, its a cracker, Dave M.