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1964 Gordon-Keeble GK1

1964 Gordon-Keeble GK1 in Man in a Suitcase, TV Series, 1967-1968 IMDB Ep. 2

Class: Cars, CoupÚ — Model origin: UK

1964 Gordon-Keeble GK1

[*] Background vehicle

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stronghold EN

2007-07-23 20:27

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Something new and Rare for the site ;)

rpcm PT

2007-07-23 20:50

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One of the 99 produced!

bent8rover UK

2007-07-25 00:44

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one of the 98 other owners pinched the bumper :D

bent8rover UK

2007-07-25 00:48

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just realised I know that roundabout. Regent's Park on the right behind wall, and the bottom of St John's Wood High St in background (at blue Anglia). ok, I'll stop now.

stronghold EN

2007-07-26 12:18

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bent8rover wrote one of the 98 other owners pinched the bumper :D

I expect they're all pretty desperate for spares now? :)

stronghold EN

2007-07-26 12:28

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Just had a quick look for info and found this site & roadtest:-
http://www.gordonkeeble.org.uk/html/road_tests.html

stronghold EN

2007-07-27 01:33

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I sent a link of this car to the Gordon-Keeble site and got this reply:-

Hi Steve, thanks for your email.
As you have discovered, The Gordon-Keeble web site at
www.gordonkeeble.org.uk provides enough information for anyone seriously
interested in these cars. Incidently, spare parts are readily available
through the Club which is why 95% of the factory output still exists and 40%
were driven down to Southampton in 2004 to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of
the start of production in 1964. 25% were exported to USA and Australasia
with a few in Europe (all right hand drive).
Yours, John

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