A high spec combined with proven mechanicals made the Gordon-Keeble a winner. Even though only 100 cars were built, the survival rate is high. Today, the GK1 can be bought for the price of a brand new, low-spec luxury saloon. We know which we’d prefer to own.
Gordon-Keeble was a British car marque, made first in Slough, then Eastleigh, and finally in Southampton (all in England), between 1964 and 1967. The marque's badge was unusual in featuring a tortoise — a pet tortoise walked into the frame of an inaugural photo-shoot, taken in the grounds of the makers.Body style: 2-door saloon
1965 Gordon Keeble GK1 Number 15 of only 99 cars ever built. Restored in the early 90's, this car has covered minimal mileage since and is in outstanding all round condition. A fantastic hybrid of Italian design (Giorgetto Giugiaro at Bertone), American Power and British luxury, these ca...
1964 Gordon-Keeble GK1: This vehicle has a 2 door coupé type body designed by Bertone with a front located engine delivering its power to the rear wheels. Power is produced by an overhead valve, 5.4 litre naturally aspirated 8 cylinder powerplant, with 2 valves per cylinder that develops power and torque figures of 280 bhp (284 PS/209 kW) at 5000 rpm and 488 N·m (360 lb·ft/49.8 kgm) at 3000 ...Designer: Bertone
Jun 29, 2014 · A short-lived but well-respected classic that combined the best of Britain, Italy and the USA is an apt description of the Gordon-Keeble GK1. Nicknamed 'The Growler', it was the brainchild of John Gordon and Jim Keeble, and first appeared as a steel …4/5
The Gordon-Keeble GK1 & GKIT combined Chevrolet power with British engineering. Considered as desirable as a Ferrari at the time it lacked the cachet of a famous name. Learn more about the 1964-1966 Gordon-Keeble GK1 & GKIT.
Chassis 38 of 100: Beautifully Restored 1964 Gordon Keeble. This 1964 Gordon Keeble (chassis 38) is one of 100 built over a four year period ending in 1967. Restored to what the seller describes as a “near concours” quality, it’s nonetheless said to remain very usable. Condition does look excellent throughout, and this lovely Ice Blue ...
1964 Gordon-Keeble GK1 - Classic Car Price Guide History of the 1964 - 1968 Gordon-Keeble GK1 The Gordon-Keeble story began in 1959, when John Gordon of the Peerless/Warwick Car Company met Jim Keeble, an engineer and sprint/racing car constructor who was familiar with American V-8 engines.
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Apr 30, 2015 · The last Gordon-Keeble - No. 99 - was built in 1966. However, enough spare parts existed for a 100th vehicle, which was later constructed privately. ... "It was the base Corvette engine at that ...
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John Gordon (MD of Peerless Cars Ltd) and Jim Keeble (Engineer and racing driver) had worked together on a suggestion from Rick Neilson (USAF pilot based in Norfolk) that they should fit an American V8 engine (Corvette) into a Peerless car to give it the extra performance.
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