The Brawler is a sports car produced by Serpent between 1960 until 1974. Beginning as a two-door personal sportscar, the Brawler through the 1960's evolved to become a large, brutish muscle car.
For the third generation beginning in 1968, the Brawler's wheelbase was extended to 3.0m (117 in). It received a brand new body, this time with a squared open grille with encased double headlights. The downward-sloping double grille was dropped in favor of a more stoic, hardened look. It gained several engine options, including the famed 441 CID (7.2L) "Sledge" V8. Due to the larger body, it was also significantly heavier than its predecessors, weighing in at approx. 1650 kg.
This specific model is a 1970 GT H-P (or GT-HP) Coupe, fitted with the famed "Sledge" 441cui (7.2L) V8 engine. It produced 470hp net, of which about 415 makes it to the wheels. This powerplant is mated to a 4-speed manual floor shifter, and the car is geared for speed - don't worry, it's no slouch on the 1/4 mile either. However, when it comes to corners, it's advised to be careful - the heavy, lumbering frame prefers long straight lines rather than sailing through bends.
Overall, the Brawler is just that - a real fighter when it comes to raw brutish power output and burnout excellence.
I hope you enjoy it, it's a lot of fun to drive!