1966 Ford GT40 MkI Road Car

Everyone knows the success of Ford's GT40 at Le Mans. Not so well known are the handful of GT40 road cars — just 30 were built in total. This GT40 Mk1 is one of those ultra-rare examples, first sold to Antonio Allecce in Italy after construction in England. Finished in its original Metallic Dark Blue, the car is powered by its matching 289 V8 with Weber carburetors and ZF five-speed gearbox. In a surprising turn, Allecce sold the car to Ferrari works driver Umberto Magioli, who collected three wins at the Targa Florio, Carrera Pan America, and a win at the 12 Hours of Sebring for Ferrari — Enzo's thoughts on this purchase are unknown. From Italy the car moved to West Germany, where it was eventually restored by RUF — yes, the RUF known for its wild Porsche builds. Completely original and lightly used, the car goes to auction at Mecum's Arizona event in January 2024.

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