Many racing drivers have been driven in them including Damon Hill, Michael Schumacher, David Coulthard .
Other celebrities we have had the pleasure of transporting include Alan Titchmarsh, Tara Palmer-Tompkinson, Dawn French, Lenny Henry, Ringo Starr, Jennifer Saunders, Stephen Fry, Lulu, Mary Mc Cartney, Mick Hucknell, Robbie Coltrane, Barbara Bach, Christabel and Jools Holland, and Peers of the Realm.
The L108 was conceived by pioneering engineer Ferdinand Porsche, founder of the marque, shortly before his death in 1951.
They stopped a van after spotting a group of children standing next to the driver's seat. The 27 year-old driver, surnamed Yang, confessed to police that the van had only 19 seats but was packed with 76 people including him and the teacher at the time. He holds a B1 license which only allows him to drive a medium-sized bus. In China, only drivers with more than three years' experience and a clean driving record are eligible to apply for a school bus driver's license.
A video uploaded by Pear Video to Miaopai shows the police counting the number of children found on board the vehicle. There have been tragic accidents that involved overloaded school buses in China.
As well as the usual Church and registry office venues, Odds Cars have been used at country estates, castles, cathedrals and even the House of Lords.
Over the years many famous personalities have used the cars.