1964 Ford GT 40 racecar
View of a 1964 Ford GT 40 racecar. Label on back: "The Ford GT 40 is a pure-bred sports car -- no doubt about that! Although it was developed only in 1964, this racer has already been able to score quite a number of remarkable successes in motoring sports events. It won the 1965 Daytona race and finished first at the 12-hour-race at the Sebring course in the category of GT prototypes. Its engine puts out 380 (DIN) PS at 6,500 rpm; it has a cylinder capacity of 4,736 ccm, a compression ratio of 10.1:1, and a maximum torque of 45.6 m/kg. Its tank takes 140 liters. The car body has a length of 4,064 mm, it is 1,778 mm wide and 1,029 high. Ford Press Department. Reproduction permitted."
- Resource ID:
- Ford GT40 automobile
- Automobiles, Racing
- Photographic prints
- 1 photographic print ; 6.5 x 8.5 in.
- National Automotive History Collection
- Ford, 1964
- Physical rights are retained by DPL. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.