Behold: the 1991 Vector W8 – one of two prototypes and 17 customer cars built by VAC – a Californian auto maker that lasted just four years before folding. Created by veteran auto designer Gerald Wiegert using elements from the aircraft industry including an aerodynamic riveted frame and fighter jet instruments. 

Powered by a  625bhp, 6.0l twin turbo V8, the Vector accelerates to 100km/h in less than three seconds and on to a (theoretical) top speed of 390km/h.

Fully documented with just under 2,500km on the clock, it’s yours for around €400,000.


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