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Keating

Founded by Anthony Keating. UK.
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Anthony Keating is the founder of Keating Supercars and designer of the Keating SKR, TKR and ZKR.


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Anthony Keating's prime idea was to build cars which would stand out from all the other supercars which were already on the market, this aim was achieved with the Keating TKR which was set to break the blind land speed record in 2010.

The SKR was based up on the design and structure of the TKR but in its own rite to be a road car, the option to modify the SKR with features from the TKR is offered to anyone wanting to buy one. Keating Supercars has grown from being a small company in the north-west of Britain to being a more established and sort after company, as all of the cars have proven to be reliable and safe.

Keating Supercars
Keating House
174 Manchester Road
Astley
Manchester
United Kingdom
M29 7FB

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