GT40 MKII Bruce Mclaren Chris Amos 1966 Le Mans winning Replica
Goodwood Festival of Speed main display car “On the Wall” on behalf of Ford Motor company’s 100th year anniversary and
Goodwood’s 10th year Festival. Shown on Gerry Judah’s Famous Display alongside the 2nd and 3rd place Ford GT MKII depicting Ford beating Ferrari in the Le Mans 1966 24 hour race.





This car along with the other two GTs was also used in the Goodwood Revival meeting the same year to promote Scalextric’s 1966 Ford GT Le Mans winning Box sets outside their main stand. A box set was issued to each car shown and will be supplied with this vehicle along with its provenance.
The car displayed was a fully complete car with engine and gearbox. Not just a plastic copy. The car was never road registered and has remained in storage until the decision to offer for sale.
Ford Small block engine (can be changed to twin cam Ford Modular engine)
01E 6 Speed gearbox
Stainless steel exhaust system
G T Racing Chassis Space Frame
Adjustable Rod end suspension arms
Alloy front uprights
Alloy GT40 original type rear uprights
Knock on pin drive hubs and wheels
Four pot braking with handbrake rear
This car has a deal of provenance and can be used for film work, advertising, shows and events.
Offers in access of £80,000 are invited to register your interest email us in the first instance.

See our previous project page for photos




GT40 MK1 in Gulf colours   
Die Another Day Bond Film car.
Small block Ford 400hp Engine
01E 6 Speed gearbox
Stainless steel exhaust system
G T Racing Chassis Space Frame
Adjustable Rod end suspension arms
Alloy front uprights
Alloy GT40 original type rear uprights
Knock on pin drive hubs and wheels
Four pot braking with handbrake rear
Featured in the bond film Die another day
At the early stage of the film the GT was in the Korean army compound. It was then shot and blown up. We have paperwork and video file footage. We have the original front panel with holes simulating the explosive charges and this will be supplied with the car along with an undamaged front panel. This car has provenance and can be used for film work, advertising, shows and events.
Offers in access of £80,000 are invited to register your interest email us in the first instance.




Please see our previous projects page for photos.