Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by BLoG, Feb 13, 2004.
and there's no car on the planet i'd rather have over that exact one
i see you driving ALL THE TIME
tuesday i think, mopac and steck
youre stalking me, arent you ?
Actually, I've been looking for your truck wif dubs, but i never see it I see lots of other ugly chebbys like it though
Today i was out in the middle of nowhere on parmer past samsung and a 94 lightning appeared out of nowhere and we raced
porsche had a badass gulf car that replaced the gt40, but it's a bit more over the top
street racing is BAD
The history of the #7 car here.
GT40 chassis #1076
it was just 2 busted ass farm trucks doing a highway pull. Nothing dangerous or even exciting
whoa, if you read that article, they say how the gt40 mk1 was the first race car to use carbon fiber in its bodywork. (it was mainly fiberglass, but reinforced with CF)
God, I love the GT40 with the Gulf color scheme
and look at the size of the rubber on that car :eek2:
to glowing headers
god, those things look like they're gonna melt
I'll give you a dollar to reach in there and pull off a sparkplug wire
make it $3 and you got youself a deal as long as i get asbestos gloves
This GT40 ended up as a camera car for the classic movie Le Mans!
In 1966 the car was sold to MGM for use as a camera car for the famous film "Grand Prix". The GT40 was one of the few cars of that period that could carry the required film equipment and still run high enough speeds to film the Formula 1 cars. Later in 1966, the car was sold to an American enthusiast for road use. In 1968 Jim Toensing, noted Briggs Cunningham Museum curator, bought #1027 and cleverly engineered the installation of an Indy 4-cam engine.
show me another car they look good on
They better be making the new GT in Gulf Blue
bump for lebaron and dmora