Ford GT40 MKI

An interesting history, originally a street GT40, then the Gulf Oil Company wanted to go racing and turned this GT40 into a race car. It raced at Daytona and Sebring. Its not in the traditional gulf colors either. Note the rear indicator light on the left rear fender (in orange) and the top mounted green/red lights on the roof (first time i've seen one that had these).

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Want to feel like you're Dan Gurney sticking it to Ferrari in 1967 at LeMans? Look no further than the Superformance GT40 MKII. Built nearly identically to the original GT40 cars with 95% interchangeable parts, this GT40 MKII features a 550 HP Roush 427 Small Block V8, 5-speed transaxle, and one of the best views out a windshield available anywhere at any price. This GT40 is also loaded with options such as Air Conditioning and Wilwood Brakes, and is available as a turn-key car for around $165,000. Considering the originals sell for deep into the 7-figures, we think it's a bargain.

Goodwood Revival 2013: Kenny Brack in the wild Ford GT40
Goodwood Revival 2013: Kenny Brack in the wild Ford GT40 SUBSCRIBE to Goodwood right here - 74MM live 19-20 March 2016. WIN Goodwood Festival of Speed tickets for you and a friend: just SUBSCRIBE to Goodwood on YouTube and SHARE the Member's Meeting LIVE stream on Facebook for your chance! Kenny Brack wrestling a Ford GT40 round Goodwood in qualifying for the Whitsun Trophy. Owned by Red Bull Racing Formula One technical supremo Adrian Newey, the Ford V8 Le Mans racer looks quite a handful round the wet circuit. The Ford GT40 racing at Goodwood Revival was deigned so Ford could beat Ferrari at Le Mans SUBSCRIBE to Goodwood right here -