At first glance you could be forgiven for thinking that this is “just” another Superformance MkII - but you’d be wrong. Look closely, and you’ll see the little details which make this car look much more like a 1960s MkII than any other Superformance you’ve ever seen. Take, for example, that little slot cut in to the pillar behind the door - original 1966 MkIIs had that, to provide cooling for the fuel pumps, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find one on most new MkIIs. This is just one indication of the level of correct detail that’s on this car. To read more about what has been done to it to turn it in to a near-perfect copy of the real thing, just click on the picture. As you’ve no doubt surmised by now, it’s for sale - and it’s probably the best chance you’ll ever have of owning a MkII that’s this accurate!