Ford GT40 Mk II-B P/1031/1047
This Mk II-B GT40 started life as No. P/1031, a 7-litre Mk II built at Ford Advanced Vehicles in Slough, England. It raced at Le Mans in 1967 as part of Ford’s six-strong team entry alongside another Mk II-B (chassis No. P/1047) and four MK IV ‘J-cars’. Chassis 1031 retired after 18 hours, long after 1047 had crashed out. Rebuilt by Holman & Moody, this car – now somewhat mysteriously fitted with the chassis plate of the crashed P/1047 – returned to France and won the 12 Hours at Reims just two weeks after Le Mans. It was the last Mk II – and the only Mk II-B – to win a race.
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).
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