In 1967 defending race champion Ford brought ten of their Carrol Shelby-developed GT40s (seven MK IVs and 3 MK IIBs) to the great endurance race with the express purpose of repeating their LeMans championship. Built using aircraft technology and extensively wind tunnel tested, the MK IVs were powered by the seven-liter Ford 427 mated to a Kar Kraft T44 transaxle. A good bit of Ford’s strategy involved focusing on reliability—an idea proved that proved sound with Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt piloting their GT40 to a four lap margin of victory.
Through a very special arrangement with the Gurney family, I am pleased to be able to offer these very limited edition, Dan Gurney signature prints and large-scale displays of the Gurney/Foyt 1967 Le Mans winning Ford GT40 MK IV. These very detailed illustrations are a once-in-a-lifetime to opportunity to own a piece of American racing history.
Archival prints are pressed on museum quality, acid-free paper using naturally pigments inks for rich, vibrant color, GT40 MK IV prints are available in 10″ x 24″ or 15″ x 36″ sizes and are shipped un-matted.
Brushed aluminum composite illustrations are printed using translucent, UV-resistant inks that render the bare metal components entirely lifelike. Aluminum prints come with hanging and stand-off cleats already installed and require no framing—just unpack and hang. Choose from 23″ x 49″ or 29″ x 59″ sizes.
Large-scale displays are produced using a dye-sublimation process which renders all the nuance in every detail. Available in backlit or front-lit styles in either wall hung or free-standing versions, large-scale displays are available in 60″ x 138″ or 84″ x 192″ sizes and come complete with tools and instructions for easy set up and installation.