exquisite reproduction by
above is hotlinked (same view,
much larger size).
replica, manufactured by the renowned GT40 North America.
Finished in (Legend-correct) white with blue stripes. This is represented
to be the next-to-last car that GT40 North America ever
produced by factory craftsmen (in Westfield, Indiana) as a turnkey,
complete car ready to roll down the motorways.
Because this 'Fabulous Forty' was intended to be a factory
showpiece and show car, expensive carbon fiber was deployed extensively
in the coachwork and interior.
parts or components were installed... every part, down to stainless
steel nuts and bolts, was installed all brand new. No expense
was spared, including in the powertrain.
the magic happens:
392" stroker small-block
485 hp/495 ft.lbs. torque
photo above is hotlinked (same view of
engine, MUCH larger size).
392 cid stroker crate motor is topped off with a dual-line
Holley carburetor. Other engine details are high-volume
oil pan, an awesome-growling 'bundle-of-snakes' exhaust array,
remote filter and oil cooler, lots of SS (stainless steel) braided
lines and AN fittings (no hose clamps) and MSD ignition.
valve covers were recently upgraded to Roush's new style.
and carburetor have just been adjusted to perfection, and the
oil pan is filled with top-end Royal Purple 5W30 synthetic
oil and a Royal Purple oil filter.
Roush V8 spins a rugged and authentic German ZF
5-speed transaxle sending power to the 315/35ZRx17, 12"
wide Yokohamas mounted on authentic knockoffs [225/45ZRx17s
in the front].
Above dashboard shot is hotlinked (same view, much larger size).
Warner 'Maximum Motorsports' easy-to-read whitefaced gauges.
Left to right: oil temp, 8,000 rpm tachometer, water temp,
oil pressure, volts, fuel level, fuel pressure, 200 mph
speedometer with digital odometer (switchable to kilometers or
miles) showing just over 2,000 miles logged.
racing seats with Simpson 4-pt. harnesses, premium wool
carpeting, dashboard-ducted air conditioning [that delivers frigid
cold air] and a stereo that's hard to hear with the $4,500 bundle
of SS snakes growling in the rear. Key "on-off" switch
and pushbutton starter switch are mounted on the console and
premium Tilton pedal set controls the action.
passenger-side broadside shot is hotlinked (same view, MUCH larger size).
Above 3/4-frontal shot is hotlinked (same view, MUCH larger size).
3/4-rear shot is hotlinked (same view,
MUCH larger size).
frontal shot is hotlinked (same view,
MUCH larger size).
Forty' cost $144,500 to build. The solid "clunk"
of the latch mechanism when you close a door draws favorable
comments and evidences the fit & finish standards that the
entire car was built to. Everything works.
never been on a track and has been carefully and responsibly
driven. It will idle in traffic and remain cool. Except for drives
on nice days and one outdoor car show, it has never spent a day
outside nor uncovered.
that $84,000 is a very reasonable price for this factory-built,
no-compromise, first-class specimen of a GT40 reproduction. It
certainly would be impossible for you to duplicate this beauty
beautiful Fabulous Forty is yours for:
(850) 621-xxxx CDT
Andrew Demyan at
Located in Shalimar
[adjacent to Ft. Walton Beach] in the Florida panhandle
2 May 2015:
You can mark my drop-dead gorgeous GT40 North America Mk1
GT40 SOLD! It's on its way to a new home in France... just
outside of Paris!
Many thanks for your site's spectacular 'market reach'!
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