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David Brown Speedback GT

When you think of a true vintage GT, it conjures up notions of long country drives with no particular destination, the joy of the road — and spending a lot of time on the shoulder with the hood open. But with the David Brown Speedback GT you get all the perks of a vintage grand tourer, with all the benefits of a modern car. Built in the spirit of early British GTs (in particular the Jaguar XKR) — it sports an all aluminum handcrafted body over a modern chassis. Under the hood you'll find a supercharged five-liter V8 engine producing 500 horsepower. While inside you'll discover small touches that make it an ideal touring car — details like a spacious luggage area, a hidden picnic seat, and beautiful leather and wood detailing throughout.

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