GT40 Mk II
Clone of the #1046 car [driven by Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon]
 that took 1st Place at 24 Heures du Mans, 19 June 1966.
—SOLD!—


3/4-frontal shot above is HOTLINKED [same view, MUCH larger size].

GT40 MkII by Superformance, #P2272. Breathtaking reproduction of the 1966 LeMans-winning big-block GT40, chassis# P1046, driven by Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon in the famous 1-2-3 photo finish.

Flashback: here are three video clips dedicated to Ford's sensational
   1-2-3 GT40 triumph at LeMans, 1966...

Lost Footage Discovered from 1966|LeMans|Ford Performance [Marcellus Chiles; runtime: 3 min]: in 2015, a former American soldier, Marcellus Chiles, reached out to FoMoCo with previously-unseen amateur footage of the 1966 24 Hours of LeMans. Click here!

24 Heures du Mans 1966—Ford GT40 [Matthieu Turel; runtime: 6 min]: Click here!

This Time Tomorrow: Ford at the 1966 24 Hours of LeMans [Ford archives; runtime: 27 min]: Click here!

  Where the Enzo vanquishing begins:
—427FE Ford side-oiler (NOS block) stroked to 484 cid—


Engine/bundle-of-snakes photo above is HOTLINKED [same view, MUCH larger size].

  • custom Bill Parham [Southern Automotive] NOS (New Old Stock 1968/'70) 427FE side-oiler stroked to 484 cubic inches w/550+ hp (pump gas) engine. You get the photo album and the spec sheets provided by Bill Parham when it was originally built.
  • factory 'Big Block Installation Kit' [includes those larger, ceramic-coated FE bundle-of-snakes headers]
  • balanced & blueprinted
  • Crane 'Gold Race' competition rocker arm assembly
  • Edelbrock 'Performer' aluminum cylinder heads, expertly CNC'd
  • original Ford 427 2X4 tunnel-wedge intake port-matched to head
  • twin custom Holley 600 cfm carbs modified to run 650 cfm, with vacuum secondaries
  • twin period-correct fuel pumps
  • MSD ignition ensemble
  • Aviaid race-baffled oil pan

The engine in this car had all the valve springs were replaced as a preemptive measure in recognition that they can weaken over time whether they are driven or not.

Gear Train

  • twin disc clutch
  • rugged ZF 5-speed gearbox/transaxle. Polished. And extremely rugged.
  • Olthoff shifter-linkage upgrade [smoother, shorter, quicker, more precise lever throw]

Chassis/Suspension/Brakes

  • original GT40-style monocoque chassis
  • height-adjustable coil-over suspension [Bilstein adjustable shocks]
  • custom springs
  • SS (stainless steel) brake lines
  • Wilwood brakes front & rear

Cockpit


Cockpit photo above is HOTLINKED [same view, MUCH larger size].

  • supple German leather upholstery
  • period correct Moto-Lita leather-wrapped GT40 steering wheel [fitted with GT40 center cap and quick-release hub]
  • blackfaced Smiths instrumentation
  • leather-upholstered/brass-riveted original-style GT40 "tall man" seats
  • British Willans shoulder harnesses
  • adjustable clutch & brake pedal assembly
  • factory 4-point rollbar
  • factory heat and [cold] air conditioner
  • insulated rear bulkhead inspection panel
  • upgraded rear bulkhead window

 Dash panel personally signed by David Hobbs, Lee Holman and Dan Gurney at Amelia Island (Florida) Concours d'Elegance [GT40 Golden Anniversary Commemoration/ 50th reunion, 8–10 March, 2013].


Instrument panel photo above is HOTLINKED [same view, MUCH larger size].

Rolling Stock

  • Halibrand reproduction true knockoff powder-coated wheels
  • aluminum wheel spinners
  • Avon [where the rubber meets the road]


Broadside shot above is HOTLINKED [same view as above, MUCH larger size].


Meatball (on rear deck) signed by Lee Holman and Dan Gurney.

Judgement Day in Enzo's
Rearview Mirror


Photo above is HOTLINKED [same in-your-face view, MUCH larger size].


Engine deck open shot is HOTLINKED [same view as above, MUCH larger size].

 Random Particulars

  • distinctive Willment Team longitudinal stripes
  • factory-painted roundels
  • rear deck roundel autographed by Lee Holman and Dan Gurney
  • gold-painted wheels
  • red-painted quick lifts
  • Gurney bubble
  • SS [stainless steel] straight pipes; SS mufflers

This black beauty has logged only 2,000 miles [3,200 km]
and is in superb condition. It can be yours for

—SOLD!—
$169,700

Contact:
Alan Petersen

(321) 544-2320 EDT (cell)
 email:  Alan@pathfindermotorsports.com
 Located in Melbourne [just below Cape Canaveral], Florida

2 October 2017: You can mark that black GT40 MkII SOLD! It's going to a fine stable and a lucky new owner way out west in Bend, Oregon. Many thanks, once again, for your 'market reach'! Alan Petersen

Altho' a lucky buyer has purchased this fine GT40, we have other fine Legend-era drivin' machines] on display for you to see... so come by and visit us!

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