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In 1971, Gerald Wiegert, crisp from school, established an outline house called Vehicle Design Force, and collaborated with Lee Brown to make another auto called The Vector. The Vector was said to have different powerplants including a DOHC Porsche motor, and preproduction writing asserted that it might cost Us$10,000 (when another Rolls Royce Silver Shadow cost $11,500). None of these arrangements happened as expected, then again, as Wiegert’s arranged handling run never begun. All that happened to The Vector was a vacant shell that was shown at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Lee Brown left the outline group right away from that point. The Vector was emphasized on the spread of Motor Trend magazine in 1972. Wiegert renamed Vehicle Design Force to Vector Aeromotive after work started on another extend, the Vector W2.
Vector Vehicle Model list:
1996 Vector M12
1990 Vector W2