You are viewing a stunning 1965 Ford GT Competition Prototype Roadster GT/109 that was driven in the 1965 running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans by legendary French racers Maurice Trintignant and Guy Ligier. The only open-cockpit GT to ever compete in the French classic, this GT Competition Prototype Roadster is a forerunner to all of the glory that Ford earned in its historic run to four consecutive overall victories at the 24 Hours of Le Mans between 1966 and 1969. This Pebble Beach award-winning gem is the product of a meticulous 3 year mechanical and cosmetic restoration that was finished in 2016.
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This 1965 Ford GT Competition Prototype Roadster will be headed to Mecum’s Kissimmee Auction, which takes place from January 3-13. There is a good chance that this will be one of the finest American race cars to ever be sold at auction, experts are expecting this Ford GT for sale to break records when it comes to final selling price.