GT40s are all the rage since the academy award winning blockbuster
"Ford v Ferrari" hit the big screen late last year. The story of
Carroll Shelby, Ken Miles and the GT40s that beat Ferrari at Le
Mans put these cars into the limelight worldwide. With people
itching to get their own 40-inch-tall "racecar."
Authenticity was the Superformance engineers' goal when recreating
the GT40. It carries the GT40/P chassis number and is built to the
exact standards of the car back in 1966. It is so authentic that
over two thirds of the rolling chassis parts are interchangeable
with GT40's built in the 1960s.
The Traditional Wimbledon White paint with center Blue Stripe is a
gorgeous color that compliments the sleek body lines. Other
exterior features includes driver side Gurney Bubble, Black Center
15" Aluminum BRM Wheels, painted mirrors, FORD sill lettering,
Alcantara Seats and Center Console, GPS Speedometer, and Factory
Air Conditioning to cool you down.
Equipped with a Southern Automotive 426 Windsor topped off with a
rare Shelby/Buddy Bar dual quad intake with two Holley 450 Carbs,
this engine pumps out 510 horsepower. With so much power, a stout 5
Speed Transaxle is necessary to deliver the power to the pavement
and push this car.
GT40P2225 is titled in Florida as a 1966 Superformance and would
cost well over $200,000 to recreate. GT40P2225 has just is
currently available for $189,950.
1969 Ford GT40 Mk I
Model:GT40 Mk I
Exterior Color:Wimbledon White with Blue Center Stripe
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