GT 40 Mk1 Extra Widebody
Gulf LiveryInterior Color
GT 40 Mk1 Extra Widebody1969 Superformance GT40 Mk1 Extra Widebody Aluminator
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 patterned livery is both eye catching and bold. P2348 is modeled after the famous LeMans winner right down to its extra wide rear clam shell that house massive amounts of rear tire, 345 series to be exact. But unlike the racers of old, the Superformance GT40 is complete with AC and powered by a Ford Performance 5.2 Aluminator engine. The 5.2 Aluminator can scream to 8500 rpm's but idle at 750, which gives the GT40 a truly unique driving experience. In essence you get a "Pro-touring" GT40 with all of the iconic lines and styling of the legendary Mk1 but the performance and driving experience of today's dual overhead cam engine. Built by Olthoff Racing and exclusively available through Downforce Motorsports the new Aluminator series of Superformance vehicles is a driving experience like no other!
Currently licensed and titled as a 1969 GT40.
No matter where you go or what you park next to nothing compares to the classic lines of a GT40 Mk1. Accelerate you life today with a piece of automotive history!
- *5.2 Ford Performance Aluminator engine
- *ZF 5-speed
- *Extra widebody w/ 345 series rear tires
- *Custom dual air intake
- *Stainless steel "Bundle of Snakes" headers w/ Olthoff megaphone tips