Fast forward 25 years or so, and the glass fibre items no longer fitted cars currently in production, nor had they yet followed the cars of their era to classic status. David Coplowe, who had established a business preparing and running historic Formula 1 and Sports Racing Cars, approached Booty and Rix to buy the name Lenham Racing for his team. He came away with what he wanted in the form of the trading name of the Lenham Motor Company Ltd and all the moulds which then lay in the corner of his workshop, gathering dust.
In 2001 David sold a pair of Midgets to CCK and as a result, offered them the use of the Lenham moulds on licence. They took the moulds and made the products on a royalty basis. The Sprite's 50th Anniversary in 2008 galvanised interest not only in the original Sprite, but also in the various Spridget body modifications that were available in period. Lenham body kits had at last acquired classic status.a
In 2008 CCK acquired the moulds, together with the intellectual rights for all the Lenham panels that the company made for sports cars, along with the trading name "The Lenham Motor Company Ltd". This included moulds for the early Lenham GT top which, along with the Superfast bonnet, fitted on the Frogeye floor pan. John Britten's famous racing Lenham GT, SS1800 has been recreated, and to complete the Lenham Spridget range, the Company has now acquired from David Matthews, the moulds and rights to the Lenham GTO, the open top version of the Lenham Le Mans Coupe. A GTO demonstrator was created in Spring 2010, and customers can chose from all Lenham body kits and hard tops to order.