Ford and Shelby American crushed Ferrari at Le Mans in 1966, taking
the top three positions with the mighty MKII GT40 . Remember that
historic win each time you start this continuation GT40.
The Monza red midengined supercar has twin racing strips with
racing roundels and an a Le Mans Style Center Diffuser with Twin
Vertical Diffusers. The body has APR carbon fiber side mirrors and
a rearview camera, as well as Lucas LED backup lights. Inside, the
Alcantara interior is both purposeful and comfortable while a
Holley Digital Dash delivers key information.
P/2402 is powered by a monstrous aluminum 427CID Small Block built
by Prestige Motorsports that ha a Borla 8-stack EFI system; the
engine dyno'd at 600HP. The V8 is mated to an M1 Transaxle by RBT.
The car also features a FuelLab DC rotary motor lift pump and
Hyperfuel surge tank; it uses Fragola AN fittings and lines
The continuation GT40 is street legal and ready for the track. The
GT40 has a top speed of 200+ MPH (calculated from tire diameter,
axle gearing, and maximum engine rpm).
This is an authentic continuation GT40 race car manufactured under
the scrutiny of Safir GT40 Spares, Ltd., the undisputed legal
holder of the GT40 trademark. GT40 P/2402 is licensed and
registered by Alabama as a 2020. It has 325 miles and is available
for purchase at $249,950.
1966 GT40 MK II
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