5 thoughts on “GT40 Cutaway Drawings

    1. Early cars were simply named “Ford GT”. The name “GT40” was the name of Ford’s project to prepare the cars for the international endurance racing circuit, and the quest to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

      The first 12 “prototype” vehicles carried serial numbers GT-101 through GT-112. The “production” began and the subsequent cars, the MkI, MkII, and MkIIIs,( with the exception of the MkIV, which were numbered J1-J10)were numbered GT40P/1000 through GT40P/1145, were officially “GT40s”.

      This according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_GT40. I don’t really care as the cutaways are a form of art. if one of them is a Mk.IV or maybe a Ford G7A Can Am car, built in 1969 using the J-car chassis well so be it.

  1. I own a MK111 that was built in england around the early 80s, I am intrested in chatting with other MK111 owners.

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