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Gordon Keeble is suspiciously under-priced at £2798. In marketing and performance terms it is direct competition for the Aston Martin DB5, which costs £4248, and this mean that potential customers take much convincing about what they are buying, so the GKI struggle to gain any sort of reputation. The hoped-for big export sales to the USA is not happening ether.
George Wansborough had apparently deliberately set a low price, but the company soon found that it was not generating enough cash to have many cars in build at the same time. In spite of a considerable price increase (to £3627 by early 1965), there was no relief, and the company's finances collapsed in May.