Behold: No.5 – one of the three Ford GT40s that placed 1, 2 and 3 in the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans race of 1966.

Complete with its original gold livery, race-tuned 7.0l, V8 engine and full restoration to the condition it was in that day, this piece of automotive history can be yours for a trifling €7.75 million.


7 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

  1. simon

    You must be joking but looking at it the front is quite e type jag looking
    Mind you the first e types were sold 1961 and I think 4 years later Ferrari launched the 275gtb
    Maybe in homage to the sports car of the 60s

    1. Pat

      Simon you know nothing about cars and are probably drunk. Go to bed and stop this nonsense

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