The photographs you see on this page as accurately as possible reflect the way you’d see this car in person. You see, the photographer took the time to carefully follow this site’s Expert Tips for photographing this GT40 with his digital camera. Curt Scott
CAV-GT40 Mk-1B re-creation (wide hip variant), chassis #075. VIN#1A75MONOB66.
PPG paint, finished in Gulf Acadia Blue/Gulf Orange; black edge stripes and decals.
Over $300,000 was invested into this ultra-premium build [we know… we custom-built this Mk1 ourselves here at HRE].
—Under the Engine Deck—
all-alloy 401 cid Ford Windsor stroker V8
10.75:1 compression ratio—delivers 608 hp @6000 rpm & 592 ft.lbs. torque at 5,100 rpm
Only the highest quality components employed:
—In this GT40 cockpit—
The cockpit of this ‘Fab Forty’ is outfitted with:
17” wheels shod with Michelin rubber [235/40×17” front; 335/35×17” rear]
And for the record, the wait time today for a new GT40 build (of any marque or Mark) is nearly a full year.
Over $300,000 was invested into this ultra-premium GT40 build.
Serious inquiries only, please!
Located in Wantagh, LI, New York
The ‘Fab Forty’ photos you see on this page shot with his Canon 5D MkIII are the camerawork of veteran Ford/Shelby–centric photographer Bill Draffen [Hempstead, Long Island, NY]; WilliamDraffen@OptOnline.net