Very stoked that my father-in-law spotted a Matchbox classic car set for my son. It had a GT40! I’ve been hunting for one of those for awhile. Here it is with its Daytona Coupe cousin.
Hey $kaycog thought you might want to get the crowd-funding campaign going, this is on sale in H-Town:
When fishing for $kay its important to vary the colors of the GT40s, they dazzle the $kay, it doesn’t really matter what generation of GT you use, they all seem to work.
So I was watching the old britsh Avengers from the 60s and saw a little $kay bait.
I hear someone likes these?
So you're all ready to go when you buy yours...
The 1966 Ford GT40 is not like most cars. Sure, its got headlights, air conditioning, and a key, but that's not my point.
For the last two weeks I've been in St. Louis, Missouri. It's where most of my family lives or is from, and each time I visit I try to find different things to check out. This time, I was lucky enough to be invited to a Cars and Coffee event in St. Louis. As soon as I heard about it, I knew I was going - I've been…
In honor of the most epic and public fuck you to Ferarri ever, and celebrating my new found love for the Ford GT.
Edit: weekday bump, brah
If you like race cars, (not even sure why "If" is even possible) then you owe it to yourself to go to a vintage race. I would say in this country, Lime Rock, COTA, and now Indy are the tops, with Indy beating out the rest. Before you West Coasters start yelling "Monterrey!!!", I've been to it. It's nice.
Claude Lelouch's highly acclaimed "Un Homme et une Femme" from 1966 tells the story of (watch this space) a man and a woman falling in love. A romantic film that would be the best movie on racing ever if it was an action flick.