Back in the 1980s I saw MkVs being built, and was treated to a trip in Peter Thorp's prototype, 1090; as a result of both experiences, my admiration of the MkV became, and has remained, extremely high.
The example shown here is GT40P/1119, and it is for sale by a dealership in the UK. It’s an absolutely lovely car, which has covered only just over 1000 miles from new, and which has been
maintained in excellent condition. Its owners - only two of them from new - include non-other than Lord Beaverbrook; he was its first owner, taking delivery of it in April 1987, when it carried the original Gulf livery which it still wears to this day.
It’s now for sale, at what appears to me to be a very reasonable price indeed. If you’d like to know more, just send me an email, and I’ll put you in touch with the vendor’s agent.