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The Vector was an automobile prototype built by Vehicle Design Force of California. The non-running concept was shown at the 1972 Los Angeles Auto Show. Gerald Wiegert, the car's designer, said that it would be powered by a DOHC Porsche engine and would be sold for $10,000. By 1980, the car had evolved into the running Vector W2 prototype.
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