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GT Spirit 1:18 1966 Ford GT Heritage Edition #98: Daytona 24 Hours

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GT Spirit 1:18 1966 Ford GT Heritage Edition #98: Daytona 24 Hours

GT Spirit 1:18 1966 Ford GT Heritage Edition #98: Daytona 24 Hours

$139.95

This is a highly detailed resin model

The latest Heritage Edition to join the storied Ford GT supercar family is a tribute to the winner of the 1966 Daytona 24 Hour Continental, where Ford achieved its first 24-hour endurance win, which is captured in the 2019 film “Ford v Ferrari” – or “Le Mans ’66,” as it is known in Europe.

Co-drivers Ken Miles and Lloyd Ruby led a 1-2-3-5 Ford domination at Daytona, kicking off a magical season for the Ford GT40 MK II, with additional 1-2-3 wins at Sebring and Le Mans. This Heritage Edition is the first to feature a livery famous for a race other than Le Mans.

“Miles and Ruby led nearly every lap of the 24-hour race and outpaced the competition by 30 miles,” said Severson. “The win was the first time anyone had threatened Ferrari’s dominance in sports car racing and represented a turning point in the Ford GT race program.”

Inspired by the bold white, black and red exterior of the 1966 endurance-winning Ford GT40 MK II race car, the new 2021 Ford GT Heritage Edition features Frozen White exterior paint with exposed carbon fiber hood adding stark contrast. Asymmetrical Race Red accents on the front fascia and roof edge, driver’s side door and underneath the rear wing add distinct visuals, while exposed carbon fiber shapes the signature 98 roundel graphics and speak to the supercar’s lightweight body. Unique Ford graphics on the lower rear-quarter panels plus one-piece Heritage Gold 20-inch forged-aluminum wheels paired with red lacquered Brembo monoblock brake calipers complete this new exterior livery.

The 1966 24 Hours of Daytona was a key race in Ken Mile's 1966 racing season. After winning the 24 Hours of Daytona with the #98 GT40 and the 24 Hours of Sebring, Miles only had to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans to become the only driver to win the Triple Crown in a single racing season. But after the controversial result at Le Mans, Ken was robbed of the Triple Crown

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