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Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
Ford GT40 Mk III | 1967 Ford GT40 Mark III
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1967 FORD

GT40 Mark III

Of the seven Ford GT40 Mark IIIs built, only four were delivered with left hand drive like this car. This rare street-legal example (serial #MK3 1105) was originally owned by well-known Austrian conductor Herbert von Karajan, who drove it sparingly—and never in the rain. The Mark III differed from earlier versions in that it had round rather than oblong headlights, an extended rear deck with room for luggage, a less rigid suspension and a more comfortable interior. Powered by a 289-cubic-inch 306-horsepower Ford V8 engine coupled to a ZF 5-speed manual transmission, the low-slung car can accelerate from zero to 60 miles per hour in just 5.3 seconds. Top speed is approximately 165 miles per hour. The GT40 model designation was derived, in part, from its low height, which was a mere 40 inches from ground to roof.

Collection of the Petersen Automotive Museum

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