Before Ford went on to win four straight Le Mans victories from 1966 to 1969, this Ford GT prototype helped lay the foundation for those wins. The only roadster prototype to race at the legendary French endurance race, chassis number GT/109 is one of the two surviving examples of five built. GT/109 was entered by Ford of France with drivers Maurice Trintignant and Guy Ligier and then returned to Shelby in the US to be rebuilt. The car then went to Kar Kraft as a development mule for their Indy 500 engine, after which it ended up in a Ford warehouse in Detroit. Stunt driver Dean Jeffries found GT/109 and owned it until he passed in 2013, before being bought by Dana Mecum and completely restored outside and inside to its original Le Mans configuration. A real piece of Le Mans and American racing history, GT/109 will be auctioned in Indianapolis July 10-18th 2020.