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Ford GT40 at 2010 Georgia Tech Autoshow

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$7 Million 1964 Ford GT40 Prototype - Mecum Auctions
On day three of the Mecum Auction in Houston Texas, the highly anticipated offering of The 1964 Ford GT40 Prototype GT/104 (Lot S147.1) crossed the block in front of a bidding arena that was filled to capacity.  After more than five minutes of rigorous bidding, the hammer dropped at an astounding $7 million, securing the top sale of the entire 3-day auction and marking itself as what is certain to be one of the top sales of the year in the collector car market.

Gulf Racing Ford GT40 MK1 SOUND On The Track
Flickr Page: Facebook page: Google+ page: This video is about a fantastic Ford GT40 with Gulf Racing livery. I filmed this car during a revival race of the historic 1000 kms of Monza race. The car is powered by a 4.9 V8 engine with a power of 425 bhp and a max torque of 540 Nm. Top speed is about 340 km/h (211 mph). Camcorder I used: Canon Legria HF M46 + Canon DM100 Microphone Event: 60° Coppa Intereuropa Storica Where: Monza Circuit, Italy Link To My Channel: THANKS FOR WATCHING AND SUBSCRIBE!!!

For Sale 1965 Ford GT40 Over 500 HP ALL THE RIGHT PARTS TOP SPEED 190+ ONE OWNER

Ford GT40 starting up 1 (Speedo in this model from a Le Mans WInner)
Original GT40 Built from spares/reclaimed bits - (Speedo in this model from a Le Mans WInner and according to the owner worth more on its own that the rest of the car! This car was made from the chassis & engine of 2 crashed original Mk1-B's and the body was a re-mould (negative made using clay!!!) of another original car. Although it's got pukka plates, non of the spec. is road-legal... racing tyres, illegals lights for California etc. The registration person authorised the paper work "because it was her all-time favourite car"!. The guy who owns it has been stopped by the Californian Highway Patrol a few times, but they've never checked any mechanicals. It's looks a bit ratty & dirty but I think it looks better like that rather than obsessively polished! The guy who owns it races it in "nostagia" races, and takes it out on the road once or twice a month.