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100 of these fabulous supercars were built between 1963-66 with over 90 units surviving around the globe though mostly in the UK. Designed by John Gordon and Jim Keeble using current racing car principles with the bodyshell designed by 21 years old Giorgetto Giugiaro at Bertone, the cars were an instant success but the company was ruined by supply-side industrial action with ultimately only 99 units completed even after the company was relaunched in May 1965. Final closure came in February 1966 when the factory at Sholing closed and Jim Keeble moved to Keewest.

Source: Gordon-Keeble Owners Club

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