Behold: the 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster – or rather, one of twelve non-racing prototypes of the Le Mans conquering race car, and the only one to survive in mint condition.
Yours for between €6 and €8 million.
Twelve of these historic prototypes were built, seven raced at Le Mans between 1964 and 1966 including this one – GT/109 – the only roadster version and one of only four surviving examples.
Fully Concours restored and currently accepting bids.
In 1965, Ford made six prototypes of the GT40 – all open-roofed. Five were subsequently converted into hard tops but this one – the first of the six – once driven by Formula One legend Jim Clark, was left in its original configuration.
The unique roadster can be yours, for an undisclosed but presumably gigantic sum of money.