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'67 Ford GT40 Mk.IV
Debut Series HW Race Day
Produced 2021 - Present
Designer Ryu Asada
Number GRX30
1967 Ford GT40 Mk 4 2021 New Model Race Day.jpeg



Description

The Ford Mk.IV was the final iteration of the Ford GT40. The car only competed in two races, the 12h of Sebring and the 24h of Le Mans, both in 1967; the car won both races. The GT40 Mk.IV was also notable as being the only version of the GT40 which was designed and built in the United States (the Mk I to III were built in the United Kingdom), with a total of six built by Kar Kraft.

The initial livery of the GT40 Mk.IV casting resembles that of the livery of the real car which won the 1967 24h of Le Mans; the graphics of this release were done by Leeway Chang. This casting could be seen as a successor casting of sorts to the original Redline Ford Mark IV from 1969.

Versions

The '67 Ford GT40 Mk.IV has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
106/250 2021 HW Race Day
8/10
Red White stripes, #1 on sides, trunk & top Red
/
Plastic
Tinted (Smoke) Black 5SP GRX30 Malaysia New Model
Base code(s): N45, N46, N49
1967 Ford GT40 Mk 4 2021 New Model Race Day.jpeg
106/250 2021 HW Race Day
8/10
Yellow Black stripes, #1 on sides, trunk & top Yellow
/
Plastic
Tinted (Smoke) Black 5SP GTB67 Malaysia New Model
Base code(s): P11, P12
GTB67-01.JPG

2021 card

From the back of the 2021 card:

Born: 1967, Wixom, Michigan
Designer: Ford
The GT40 Mk IV earned its place in racing history when it won Le Mans 1967 with American drivers, crew, chassis and tires. This remarkable achievement remains the first and only All-American victory in the legendary 24-hour race at Le Mans.

See Also

Ford GT40 / GT90

Ford GT (Gen 1)

Ford GT (Gen 2)

Gallery

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