Ford GT40 P/1049
On display at Revs Institute in Florida, this particular GT40, chassis 1049, was originally owned by Grady Davis, the Gulf Oil vice-president responsible for Gulf’s sponsorship of the John Wyer-managed lightweight GT40-derived prototypes that won at Le Mans in 1968 and ’69. In 1967, Davis’s road car, #1049, was race-prepped as a Gulf entry for the Daytona 24 Hour. It finished first in class and sixth overall in the hands of Jacky Ickx and Richard ‘Dick’ Thompson.
Photographer: Peter Harholdt
Size, including borders: A3 Landscape 420mm x 297mm or A2 Landscape, 594mm x 420mm
Quantity: Limited to 50 units (in total, across all sizes)
Printing: Digital C-type print on 231gsm Fuji Crystal archive paper with a semi-matt finish.
Packaging: Prints are shipped directly from our specialist printer in rigid postal pockets (A3) or rigid postal tubes (A2).
Please note: If you are ordering this print along with other items, please be advised it will arrive separately from our professional printing partner. Shipping is by 1st class mail for UK and EU/EEA customers and by DHL courier for all other countries. Frame is not included.