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Brooke Cars

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Makers of The Brooke, it was designed to provide the purest driving experience unrivalled by any mass produced vehicle. Through clever, simple yet light and strong design ideas the Double R has developed into a car that in the words of top motoring journalists is "already rubbing shoulders with the best of them".


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The Brooke concept originates with talented designer Toby Sutton. Virtually all cars were built for the export market making the Brooke a rare sight on Britain's roads.

After a number of years in production the design was redeveloped from the ground up over a three year period in the UK. 2006 has seen possibly the most significant year in Brooke Cars history with the launch of the new car at Autosport International. Having received critical acclaim from all the major magazines and press throughout 2006 and into 2007 the Double R has certainly stamped its mark on the sports car market.

(source: Brooke Cars).


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