Brough Superior Golden Dream

The Brough Superior Golden Dream was designed and built by George Brough in Nottingham, England, in 1938. With its distinctive gold finish, this was to be the ultimate Brough Superior but production was stopped by the outbreak of War in 1939.

Read more about Brough Superior Golden Dream:  Development, Exhibition and Pre-production, Surviving Golden Dreams

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