1966 Ford GT40 With FIA Passport For Historic Racing $POA
The Ford GT40 is widely regarded as amongst the most significant automobiles of all time. It was designed to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the 1960s and it did so with such fervent domination, that no other American automobile has been able to repeat its record.
The subject vehicle offers an authentic part of that history. Reconstructed over a 10 year period, every component on the car was raced at Le Mans in period or is otherwise original stock. The body is the oldest original GT40 body in existence, raced at Le Mans in 1966. The engine is from one of the two Scuderia Filipinetti GT40 Le Mans entires from 1967. The suspension and gearbox are from GT40s campaigned in 1965 Le Mans. And all additional components are original/NOS with the exception of weatherstripping.
The car is titled under its chassis number P/1042, has its FIA passport for vintage racing, and presents as amongst the most period correct Ford GT40s in existence.
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