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***IN STOCK***

South Carolina Showroom


The Superformance GT40 Mk I is the only GT40 licensed and eligible for the official GT40 registry. Features include an original style steel monocoque chassis, original suspension, and are the only cars to receive an official “P” chassis number like the originals. The Mk I is available is a wide variety of configurations and options; wide body, 1969 style extra wide body, wings, canards, lip spoiler, Gurney bubble and many more choices can be had. The Superformance GT40 can accept an equal variety of engine choices from small block Ford to Supercharged Coyote powerplants.


No GT40 is quite iconic as the infamous P1075, the only car to ever win overall the 24 hours of LeMans back to back. It's unmistakable blue and orange Gulf patterened livery is both eye catching and bold. P2241 is modeld after that iconic GT40 with the exception of the #5 numerals, but they are vinyl and can esily be changed to your request. P2241 is powered by a Roush 427R 351W based stroker engine making for great power and torque which is transferred to the custom BRM style 17" wheels wrapped with Michelin tires via a ZF 5-speed trasnaxle. These components were professionally installed by the team at Olthoff Racing. Other features are a set of custom Speedhut electronic gauges and an alcantera wrapped dash. Under 1500 miles on this GT40.


P2241 is titled and registered as 1968 and was first titled in 2008 which makes it eligible for export to Canada!!


Grab this fantasic GT40 today and add it to your stable!!

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SOLD Superformance GT40 Mk1 172

SOLD

Stock

172

Exterior Color

Gulf A

Interior Color

Black

Engine
Transmission
Price

Roush 427R

Zf 5-speed transaxle

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Specifications

SOLD

Stock

172

Exterior Color

Gulf A

Interior Color

Black

Engine
Transmission
Price

Roush 427R

Zf 5-speed transaxle

Make

Superformance

Model

GT 40

Year

1968

Status

sold

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