Ford GT40 1964 Onward (All Marks) Haynes Owners Workshop Manual is a unique perspective on what it takes to own, restore and maintain a GT40, as well as an insight into the engineering and construction of this legendary racing car. The Ford GT40 is one of the most famous of all sports racing cars. Built by Ford to challenge the supremacy of Ferrari at Le Mans, the GT40 first raced in 1964, and went on to win Le Mans four times in a row, from 1966 to 1969.
● The GT40 story: prototypes, production cars, MkII, J cars (and MkIV), MkIII, Mirages.
● Anatomy of the GT40: aerodynamics, chassis, engine, transmission, suspension, steering, brakes, wheels and tyres, electrics.
● Restore for track and road use: restoration projects; obtaining spare parts; the limits to authenticity; the GT40 industry.
● The owner's view: buying a GT40; the question of provenance; paperwork; values and insurance.
● The driver's view: a GT40 on the road; racing in period; racing now.
● The engineer's view: maintenance and repairs; setting up a GT40 for racing.
General information on Repair Manuals
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