The price tag starts at £1m, but for that you get a solid silver numbered plaque signed by Sir Stirling, a personal letter and dinner with Sir Stirling to welcome you to your new Lister, a day's training on the track with Tiff Needell, race preparation by Lister race experts CKL Development, a spares package to include an extra set of wheels and tyres, ignition system, lubricants, fan belts and bulbs; bespoke Lister indoor car cover, 12 months' parts and labour warranty and, finally, a year's entry into the Stirling Moss Trophy Race Series.
Each car is finished in classic Lister green and yellow paint to match the original car.
Given the very limited nature of this limited-edition Knobbly, the car will, as Sir Stirling pointed out at the launch "be quite a collector's car", with the initial price no doubt soon looking like a bargain.
And if you'd never realised that the Fifties Lister works Knobblys weren't built using aluminium, you'd be in good company: "I had no idea I was driving a magnesium car, not that I'd have known what that was", Sir Stirling said at the launch. "I suppose he [Brian Lister] didn't tell me, in case it fell to bits."
Thankfully it didn't, and the continuation car unveiled today is testament to one of the greatest racing cars ever built.