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Country of origin:United States
Produced in:1967
Numbers built:10 (J-1 - J10)
Predecessor:Ford GT40 Mk II
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:September 26, 2016
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Chassis J-4 The fourth J-car built, this chassis was used for the Mk IV's competition debut at the Sebring 12 Hours. Ford only fielded one of the new Mk IVs and assigned Bruce McLaren and Mario Andretti to drive it. The hugely talented pairing qualified the new Ford on pole position and>>>

Chassis J-5 Retained by Ford, chassis J-5, which was later determined to actually be the winning car, has been displayed for many years in the Henry Ford museum. In recent years, it was brought out for events like the Monterey Motorsports Reunion, Goodwood Festival of Speed and Goodwood>>>

Chassis J-6 Having discovered that his car was not the red #1 car driven by Gurney and Foyt, Glickenhaus had his car repainted to the correct yellow paint job as the #2 car driven by McLaren and Donohue to fourth place at Le Mans. The Gurney bubble was retained as Glickenhaus considered>>>

Chassis J-9 One of two chassis built in 1967 but not used that season, chassis J-9 was later completed as one of the two G7-A Can-Am cars. Although it was not raced in this guise, it was tested by Mario Andretti. Both G7-As were sold by Ford to Charlie and Kerry Agapiou. While they camp>>>

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