1965 Prototype Roadster is "One of the Most Significant Ford GT40s in Existence"
Jun 20, 2014 10:59
Ford's GT40 roadster prototype was created to compete with Ferrari, and was originally intended as a development/demonstrator vehicle. It is the last remaining 1965 car to feature the period-correct nose.
The car draws power from a 4.7 liter V8 engine which grew to 7.0 liter by the time the Mk II model was introduced in 1966.
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