Of the many American-made race cars that have come and gone throughout motorsport history, few (if any) carry quite the same renown as the Ford GT40. Designed in an effort to beat Ferrari at its own game — Le Mans — it was one of the first vehicles to show Europe that the United States was good for more than just mass-produced consumer models.
The example you see before you is one of just 30 Ford GT40’s built for the road, making it quite the elusive offering. And the best part is — everything about it is factory-spec, unlike so many other GT40’s that have been since converted into race-ready rides. Stamped with chassis number P/1057, it comes complete with its matching engine and certification by the Ford Advanced Vehicles Production Car Record. What’s more, it includes the original luggage boxes, spare wheels, and GT40 brochure, along with period-correct fuel lines, cams, and valves. Finished in some beautiful Warwick Green paint, it’s fresh off a cosmetic refurbishment with only 1,179 miles on the odo. Pricing is available upon request at the link below.