I'm not sure who owns it now, or recently, but when I worked on it, in the 99 classic tour auto, it was owned by Leventis.
We fixed two different breakdowns, one required a full ignition system rebuild putting it back on points / condensors as the electronic failed. We did this roadside and it took several hours, including making ballast resistors from sticks and speaker wire. Then next day the dynamo failed and I repaired it roadside again, we had a spare dynamo but it was the wrong type, so I dismantled both and made parts to swap across. An hour or so here.
Then, pictured, it tore a shock absorber bracket off the axle tube, which we arc welded back on. Again, a couple of hours work. Welding near the fuel tank and oil filled axle.
All this was done "gratis", as I was representing DK Engineering and just couldn't drive a support vehicle past a stricken GTO. He had no support of his own. I was supporting two historic Porsches (spit), but of course they ran mostly ok.
At the end of the event, Mr Leventis, sitting at dinner, called me over and stuffed a roll of money into my hand.
"thank you very much, thats quite unnesessary" I said....
I went back to my colleague, opened up the money......
200 french francs..... About 50 bucks......
I went back to his table, dropped it all over his dinner and told him he clearly needed it more than me.
His dinner guests were disgusted, and made him feel very very small indeed.
I lost all respect for wealth, that day. The wealthy are just people too, and no better than the average or the poor, its just circumstance and deed that separates us all.