Ford GT40 MKIV #3 LeMans 1967 – Copper
The copper-colored #3 Ford GT40 was on a J7 chassis and one of the MKIVs lucky enough to make it to LeMans in ’67.
The car was specifically, painstakingly designed for endurance, designed for speed…designed to win. Each element of the MKIV was totally different from other GT40s, starting with where it was made. The MKIV was built from scratch in the United States, unlike its predecessors the MKI and ll cars which were built entirely or partly in Europe. A little “skunk works” company called Kar Kraft built the all-new J series chassis and newly designed long, streamlined bodywork for Ford’s Special Vehicles Activity. The MKIV was easily the most radical variant of all the GT40s.
CHASSIS TYPE: Mega G+ SHORT Wheelbase Chassis (1.5″)
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