GT40 P/1024

Ford GT40 chassis number GT40 P/1024 :

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/1024 Race results:

04/66 : Stardust Raceway, Whatley, DNF –
05/66 : Riverside, Whatley, DNF

GT40 P/1024 History:

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12 thoughts on “GT40 P/1024

  1. I have some original pictures of this 40. It was in my possession for a time in late ’68 and most of ’69. It did the Gulf Formula “G” Oil Commercial in ’69 at Riverside, I was trying to buy it from Watley at that time but was young and didn’t have the resources to complete the purchase. I wonder where it might be now.

    Sincerely, Fred M. Bush

    1. Fred…those were the days weren’t they! It’d be great to see your pics.
      I don’t have any of mine, thanks to some turbulent divorces:)

      Mike Foss

  2. 1024 came to Canada in 1990 and was vintage raced. At Seattle Portland , Laguna ,Watkins glen and road America. Restored in 02/03 for the 100 years of ford at the Laguna seca.
    Then was sold a person in the uk. And not seen since.

  3. Gavin Henderson in the UK owns GT40P/1024 c
    chassis now. The car has licence plate “EFX 226C” Gavin races it in FIA classic events and a Google search will reveal his exploits. I would like copies of any photographs relating to 1024. Please can they be emailed to if possible. I’d be grateful.

    1. Andrew, thanks for your contribution. You are talking about GT40P/1024 c. C for continuation? Or rebuilt? Or are we talking about the original 1024 that went back to UK after being seen n Laguna Seca in 02/03.
      Thanks for clarification.

  4. I was the first owner of GT40’s # 1067 and # 1054 as well as the 1967 Sebring Mark 4.
    Where are they now?

    1. Hello Doug

      I am not sure where these cars would be now as this website is an on going work in progress and I have not completed the sections yet for these 2 cars. The info may be available online but, like I said, I have not begun to research these 2 cars yet. If any one knows about ether of these 2 GT40 cars please reply here and share the information. Thanks

      1. I knew the owner of GT40 P1024 in the early 1970’s. It was yellow and the owner Peter Sheen the owner of a wine merchant near Dorking Surrey. UK took me for ride in it. It was a great experience, we had wheel spin going up a hill on a dual carriageway going south on the A24. I may have slide pictures of it, but they may take a while to find.

        Regards Martin Baker.

  5. IS this the car now for sale at F40 motorsports? Car now is in 1967 Le Mans winning livery. Does anyone have a photo of the car when Al Whatley entered it in Can-Am series? I have never heard of a GT40 MKIV without a roof being raced in Can-Am but that is what the ad for the car says. Anyone have a pic sans roof and in white??

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