Vandenbrink GT Convertible

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Vandenbrink GT Convertible

Netherlands-based Vandenbrink Design has revealed its GT Convertible project. Based on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, the exclusive sportscar will feature a carbon fiber folding hard-top and will be built on request.

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Vandenbrink GT ConvertibleThe GT Convertible was unveiled in front of a selected audience
during the Cercle Deluxe 2007 fair in Vienna.

Like the 599/630 GTO the GT Convertible
will also be based on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, featuring a lightweight carbon fibre
folding hardtop
. The car will be built only on special customer request.

After the success of the GTO revealed in 2006, Vandenbrink Design has turned its mission into on demand design
and manufacturing of unique automobile coachworks.

All
Vandenbrink’s custom designed one-off sportscars will be based on class-leading
platforms such as the Ferrari 599, Audi R8, Spyker C8 Spyder and Corvette Z06 and will be tailored to the customers’ personal taste
and preferences.

About Vandenbrink

Vandenbrink Design is a Netherlands-based automotive design company.
It is a privately owned company, founded in 2006 by Michiel van den Brink and Robert Koumans.

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Vandenbrink Design’s focus is on special design and coachbuilding
for exclusive sportscars.

(Source: Vandenbrink via Autoblog.com)

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