Way back in 1971, the year the first CPU (Intel’s 4004) was born, another milestone in man’s tool-making skills was unveiled: the white panel van with a big-ass engine stuck in the middle. Ladies, and gentlemen, meet the Supervan.
If I wanted buy a GT40 for track time, rad doughnuts and sweet burnouts, I'd probably go with a replica. Oh, and it would be perfect if it matched my little bunny friend, too. Behold, the Superformance GT40.
I, for one, am regularly despondent over the fact that Ford quit making the GT, their street-legal successor to the legendary GT40 race car. Now custom carbuilder Galpin has something up their sleeve that could take the concept even higher.
Have you heard people blab on and on about the GT40, but you don't know what the fuss is about some old Ford? Here's a simple explanation.
This is the original Ford GT40 Ken Miles drove first across the line at the 1966 24 Hours Of Le Mans. And it’s in front of the lens of Top Gear USA tonight. Oh yes.
Phil Remington wasn't just into racing. He was racing. But every race ends sooner or later, and at 92, Mr. Fix It had run his last lap. He passed away Friday.
How did a lanky chicken farmer from Texas become the most recognizable speed merchant in America? By building some of the rawest performance machines ever made.
This is a 1968 Gulf/Mirage Ford GT40. Owned by McQueen. Sold for $11,000,000. Would you take it to the airport to pick up somebody you know?
What is being reported as a 1966 Ford GT40 crashed on Saturday afternoon during what must have been a harrowing drive through the Tennessee countryside. Was it a real GT40, and how did the accident happen?
A 1968 Ford GT40 Gulf/Mirage that was used as a camera car during filming of "Le Mans" will be the featured attraction at RM Auction's Monterey sale this August.
Prints and paint, but no photoshop. The founder of the excellent formfreu.de, Markus Haub, transforms vintage racing pictures into the coolest car art we've seen all year.
Even if you can't go back in time to 1969, you can watch this excellent "Found on Youtube" 4 part movie highlighting Le Mans that year. Hearing the sounds, entertaining the prospect of Ford GT40s battling with Porsche 917s and dreaming about hitting 240+ MPH on the Mulsanne straight—what more could you ask for from…
The pace of life in Madrid on the afternoon of January 1st is more like the aftermath of a nuclear strike which spares nothing but fur-clad ladies than a bustling Mediterranean metropolis. Plenty of time for GT40s.
The 427-powered Ford GT40 MKII driven by Hill/Muir shows its tailpipe to a Ferrari 330 P3. We miss running starts. [via SpiritedDrive]
How’s this for a dream home for car geeks: a large warehouse in Sydney converted into a home with ample space to park a car, any car, smack in the middle of the living room.