This astonishing GT40 MkIIA started life as a Superformance, but has received a host of modifications and improvements which have resulted in a car which is almost indistinguishable from the real thing from 1966. With a real big-block side-oiler (540BHP) instead of a bored-out small-block, a Teske-built T-44 gearbox, genuine MkII rear clip, revised spare-wheel cover and many other body modifications, see-through rear air-scoop, around seventy changes (all period-correct MkIIA-style from original factory drawings) to the chassis (including substantial strengthening), new seats, bigger steering wheel, genuine MkII shift linkage, air-scoop for the fuel pumps, Stewart Warner gauges, repositioned (under-dash) handbrake, master-cylinder and oil-tank access doors, and so much more that I really don’t have enough space here to list them all. What’s more, a lot of the new pieces are actually from genuine 1966 MkIIA team cars! It’s just... superb!
And yes, it’s for sale. If you’d like to have the full story,
just contact the owner direct, and he’ll tell you what you want to know.