1966 Superformance Ford GT40 MKII

1966 Superformance Ford GT40 MKII

This replica was created to look and perform just like the famous Ford GT40 Ken Miles piloted through the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966.

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The 1966 Superformance Ford GT40 MKII is 1 of just 2 replicas built for the must-see movie Ford v Ferrari starring Christian Bale and Matt Damon. Created to look like the famous Ford GT40 Ken Miles piloted through the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966, this car was chosen for movie close-ups, red carpet events, and television appearances because of its exceptional attention to detail.

The 8.4-liter Roush V8 engine was prepared especially for use in this car and can produce 600 hp. It’s paired with a five-speed manual transmission for an experience true to its performance at Le Mans. The Shelby American Halibrand-style wheels and replica hubcaps add to the realism.

The retro cabin features a right-hand-oriented driver’s seat with a Motolita steering wheel and period gauges. The seats were created to mimic the original manufacturer’s style and are upholstered in Alcantara. The car itself has been signed by both Peter Miles, Ken Miles’ son, and Charlie Agapiou, Ken Miles’ crew chief in 1966.