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'66 GT 40 ERA chassis #2061, Right Hand Drive, 500hp SEMA Featured Car! Ads from this Seller · Contact Seller
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mrhtwls 2553 Fri March 30, 2007
Asking Price Condition
SOLD! ($127,000.00) Excellent
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Description: ERA chassis #2061 was commissioned by the founder of popular automotive restyler, Classic Design Concepts, with one simple goal in mind, to respectfully recreate the quintesential race car of the 1960's, the FORD GT40. No detail was overlooked, no expense was spared on this professionally built GT 40. The result is a fit, finish, originality, and detail that exceeds that of any other replica. That isn't just the owner's opinion either.

The accuracy of this car is so impressive Ford Motor Company elected to use this car at the Ford 100th Anniversary celebration, SEMA in 2004, Woodward Dream Cruise Offical Ford display 2004, EAA fly-in Oshkosh 2004. She isn't just a show queen either, the limited edition (#7) Roush built 347R makes 500hp. This is a privately owned car and a private party sale.

Visit: http://www.showyourauto.com/am/listings/l0158.html for more details or call Patrick Krook at 847-838-3749
Keywords: ERA GT40 Roush


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Cracker
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Registered: March 2003
Posts: 1514
Comment Date: Sat March 31, 2007

I am to assume a creation so fine is aluminum bodied, not fiberglass?
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mrhtwls
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Registered: October 2003
Location: Grayslake
Posts: 52
Comment Date: Sat March 31, 2007

This is a quote taken from the ERA website:

"The body is an exact duplicate of the original design on the visible surfaces. We have changed many of the sealing surfaces so that we could use better weather sealing gaskets.
Our standard body thickness ranges from 1/8" to 3/16". This is somewhat more than the original GT so that we can make a more stable exterior surface. What this means to you is that you car's finish will be smooth, not wavy, and you won't have the inner panels distorting the outside ones over time. The roof is now laid up in carbon/kevlar for stiffness. The original roof was light gage steel and offered little structurally."

Hope that helps answer your question. Thank you! ~Patrick

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