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1967 Ford GT 40 MK V Continuation Coupe
History Overview:

This is the legendary Ford GT that dominated endurance racing in the late 60’s. Starting with nothing more than designer sketches and incredible determination in1963, the Ford GT was a fixture in the winner’s circle of the world’s most prestigious races just three years later.  The 1-2-3 finish at the 1966’s 24 Hour of Le Mans was the culmination of Henry Ford II’s vision of making the Ford GT the dominant endurance racer of its time. As the three Ford GT MK II- completed their historic sweep, Ford Motor Company became the first American manufacturer to secure the checkered flag at the famed Grand Prix d’Endurance.  1966 marked the first of four consecutive years of wins at Le Mans, ending with 1969’s razor-thin victory of 120 meters over the second-place Porsche 908.  Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt were among the famous race drivers piloting these cars.

This is the chassis number P1096 of the original 1967 GT40 MK V production run.  The GT40 MK IIs were big block cars winning LeMans in 1966 and 1967, a thoroughbred racer for the track only.  In 1967 racing rules changed reducing engine size to 5.0 Liters.  Ford licensed JW Automotive to continue the GT40 campaign, building the most successful GT 40 ever. The famous small block P1075 in the Gulf Oil orange and blue, for LeMans wins in 1968 and 1969.  This is chassis number P1096 of the original 1967 GT 40 MK V production run featuring a galvanized steel monocoque chassis and a Ford 289 cid engine.

It has the same Koni shocks as the P1075 LeMans car.  This car was part of a "Continuation Series" produced after the '60's era.  It has always been in private hands and has never been on a race track.  This vehicle has less that 5,000 miles on it and the tires are original.  A real GT40 is rare.

Total Production:
Total Production:
Originally Sold To: N/A
Vehicle Mileage: less than 5,000 miles (original)

Stock Number C 200

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1967 Ford GT 40 MK V Coupe

VIN Number:  GT40P1096
Exterior Color:  Black & Silver
Convertible Top:   N/A
Interior Trim:  Black Fabric w/brass grommet seat vents
Engine:  289 CID – Ford OHV V-8
Four 2-Barrel Weber Carburetors
N/A Horsepower

Transmission:  5-Speed Manual Floor Shift (located on the right-side of the steering wheel)


  • Right-Hand Drive
  • Adjustable KONI Shock Absorbers
  • Blackwall Tires (Original):  Front-215/60VR15, Rear-255/60VR15

Wheelbase:  N/A
Weight:  N/A

Stock Number: C 200

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