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  • Recreation of a 1965 Ford GT-40 MkI
  • Chassis No.: GT40 P/2320
  • Right hand drive, right hand shift
  • Wimbledon White with single black and copper stripe paint.
  • Bright white ‘meatballs’, or number panels are painted on
  • Custom aluminum front Canard spoilers
  • Custom leather interior with satin brass grommets
  • Wood shift knob
  • Custom Steering wheel center cap with correct Ford G.T. Logo
  • 15” B.R.M style center knock off wheels
  • Ford Racing 363 c.i.d.
  • Weber 48 DCOE carburetors w/ Inglese intake manifold
  • 507 hp @6,400 rpm
  • 450 lb/ft of torque at 5,000 rpm
  • “Bundle of Snakes” Header system, with racing megaphone mufflers
  • ZF 5 Speed transaxle

An unbelievable car to drive on the street, you have to feel thankful that this is really legal. There are certainly faster road cars built today, but a GT-40 has got to be one of the coolest super cars ever available for street use. In its day, doubtful anything else on the road could come near it.

Mostly a 1960’s race car, disguised with lights, and a horn.

Difficult to egress into and out of, however once inside, you are pretty much locked into the seats, which are non-adjustable, but somehow at the perfect amount of recline angle, and distance from the steering wheel and pedals.

The original 1965 Ford GT, was derived from the Lola GT, which was designed by Eric Broadley of Lola cars. Carrol Shelby used the basic chassis architecture, but re-designed the body for a more are dynamic shape (hopefully), with the internet to turn the car into a 200 mph plus car, unbeatable at LeMans.