The Ford GT II generation supercar has a special modification dedicated to the 50-year victory at the Le Mans 24-hour marathon. In that memorable race in 1967, the first to finish the GT40 coupe, managed by Dan Gurney and AJ Foyt. The body of the jubilee modification, called the ’67 Heritage Edition, is painted in a special red color with white decorative strips, while the figure “1” flaunts here on the hood and doors. In the interior design there were decorative elements of gray and red colors, and the seats received a different finish. The Ford GT ’67 Heritage Edition is equipped with a standard 3.5-liter turbo-box with a capacity of 655 hp. (745 Nm), which allows the 1 360-kilogram super car to accelerate up to 347 km/h. Information about the circulation and the cost of new items there.