GT40 P/1007

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Ford GT40 chassis number GT40 P/1007 :

General info:

The first car was named the GT (for Grand Touring) with the 40 representing its overall height of 40 inches (1.02 m, measured at the windshield) as required by the rules. Large displacement Ford V8 engines (4.7 liter and 7 liter) were used, compared with the Ferrari V12 which displaced 3.0 liter or 4.0 liter.

After chassis GT-112 the “production” began and the subsequent cars, the MkI, MkIIs, MkIIIs, and MkIVs, numbered GT40P/1000 through GT40P/1145, were officially “GT40s”

GT40 P/1007 Race results:

04/66 : Le Mans Trials, 14, Greder/Giorgi/Ligier – Monza, 6, Ligier/Greder, 6th –

05/66 : Targa Florio, 176, Ligier/Greder, 12th –

06/66 : Le Mans, 15, Ligier/Grossman, DNF –

09/66 : Montlhery, 52, Ireland, 1st –

10/66, Montlhery, 34, Attwood/Schlesser, DNF –

04/67 : Monza, 33, Schlesser/Ligier, 6th –

05/67, 126, Schlesser/Ligier, DNF – Nuerburgring, Schlesser/Ligier, 10th

GT40 P/1007 History:

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4 thoughts on “GT40 P/1007

  1. I have pictures (2 black an white) of this car at “Rally du Limousin” in march or april 1966.
    I have a number of pictures (color and b&w) of GT40, MKII and MkIV at le mans 1966 and 1967

    1. I would love to publish those photos here if you would allow it. Please send all GT40 photos with as much documentation as possible as to photos/chassis # details to mrrbob at gmail dot com. Send large photos if possible for better quality. Photos will be watermarked & attributed to you using first name and last initial and published here on the correct chassis number page or chassis number photo group.

    2. Hello
      I’m the owner of the car and love to get a copy of those pictures , can you send by mail ?
      Best regards

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