Rare 1967 Ford GT40 MKIII

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    That was your best one so far...
    How much?
     
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    Thanks, I forgot to ask how much. :( But due to its historical importance and revival on the GT name I would guess the value is close to a million. The downside would be that it does not have racing history.
     
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    There is not a curve or a line on that car, that looks even slightly wrong. Automotive design perfection.

    Do we know if there are any original (race prepped or other) in the UK that one could go see?
     
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    A million won't buy one. There were 101 built (of which around 300 originals still exist!)
    And they are British, powered by dollars.
     

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