FM Cars Hot-Wheels Ford Gt-40 HW Race Day 8/10 2020 35/250

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FM Cars Hot-Wheels Ford Gt-40 HW Race Day 8/10 2020 35/250

FM Cars Hot-Wheels Ford Gt-40 HW Race Day 8/10 2020 35/250

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A supercharged 5.2-liter V-8 cranking out 760-hp @ 7,300 rpm, and 7-speed dual clutch transmission work in concert to make this, "The most powerful street-legal Ford vehicle of all time." Nevermind 1995, even by today's standards it is a supercar of supercars. The quad-turbocharged 6.0-liter V12 puts out an estimated 720 horsepower, the body is constructed completely of carbon fiber and top speed is somewhere in the 250 mph range. The only hints that it's not a modern supercar is the all-navy blue interior, and wheels that are decidedly not from this decade. The tooling for the car was completely updated in 2019; it features an improved interior piece and now features a post-post construction as opposed to post-tab construction. The Ford Mk.IV was the final iteration of the Ford GT40. The car only competed in two races, the 12h of Sebring and the 24h of Le Mans, both in 1967; the car won both races. The GT40 Mk.IV was also notable as being the only version of the GT40 which was designed and built in the United States (the Mk I to III were built in the United Kingdom), with a total of six built by Kar Kraft. Adjust the front spoiler and speed through crazy loops! Flashy styling, a roof-length air scoop, and a strut-mounted rear wing make this Mustang a horse of a different color.

After the initial fanfare died down and the dust settled, the car went into storage and was forgotten for the next decade and a half. In the last few years, it has just recently been making rounds at auto shows and showrooms again, and was even yanked from being put on an auction. The car is currently on display at Hajek Motorsports Museum in Ames, Oklahoma. The Hot Wheels model of the car, however, can be found more easily. The 2016 Ford GT Race casting depicts the Ford GT GTE, which raced from 2016 until 2019 in the FIA World Endurance Championship and the IMSA Weathertech Sportscar Championship. It was created by Ford to return to racing 50 years after their first overall victory at Le Mans with the Ford GT40. In a relatively short period, there were over 80 variations of these vehicles on the market. And they all had at least two things in common: a similar blister card design, and the co-molded CM6 wheels. As you'd expect, the revival of the Speed Machines series means that those two defining elements are still part of the equation today. Orange front end turning into stripe along hood, roof, & trunk, "6" on sides, hood, & trunk, various sponsor logos on sides, Gulf logo on hood & sides, painted taillights

The real-life Ford GT-40 MkII upgraded to the 427ci V8 from the 255ci of the MkI, and featured a 4-speed gearbox built by Kar Kraft. The MkII GT-40 raced very successfully at endurance championships and notably dominated the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans in a 1-2-3 victory. The Ford GT-40 is a Hot Wheels casting which debuted in the 1999 First Editions Series. It is based on the MkI version and was designed by Phil Riehlman. It has been used numerous times since its conception. The GT40 Mk IV earned its place in racing history when it won Le Mans 1967 with American drivers, crew, chassis and tires. This remarkable achievement remains the first and only All-American victory in the legendary 24-hour race at Le Mans.

The '17 Ford GT is an American mid-engine two-seater sports car that is the successor to the earlier GT produced by Ford for the 2005-2007 model years. The designers drew inspiration from Ford's GT40 racing cars of the 1960s. The Custom '07 Ford Mustang casting was created by Hot Wheels designer Jun Imai for the Modern Classics Series. Specialty: With a 427 V8 engine, fiberglass hood with scoop and two 4-barrel carburetors, this rare racing dragster was made to fly down the fast lane. Specialty: With a racing-based engine, the 3.5-liter V6 produces more than 600 horsepower to bring the racecar to the streets. An up-angled grille, downforcing active rear spoiler and butterfly doors give this superlight supercar what it takes to rule the neighborhood! The Ford GT-90 was a concept car unveiled by Ford at the Detroit Auto Show in 1995. It was intended to be produced in numbers, but production was cut short before work really began. This lead it to be a test-bed for the new technology of the time, and to show the world that Ford had the capability to build a supercar itself.

White & blue striping on roof and hood, Detailed headlights, Ford logo, '22' on hood, 'Powered by Ecoboost' on sides Detailed headlamps and taillights, White & Gold tear tempo on hood and sides, White HW logo and "FAIRLANE" on sides White striping along top & sides, "4" on sides and trunk, 'Gumball 3000' logo on rear quarter fenders & hood Red & Blue Striping along top & sides. Blue Circle '4' on sides & trunk. 'Gumball 3000' logo on rear quarter fenders & hood. The HOT WHEELS® Chapparal 2G racer was availbale from 1969-1971 and came in over a dozen colors. Look for the metallic pink version which is highly valued by collectors!

The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is touted as being the fastest Mustang of all time, with a 5.2L supercharged Predator cross-plane crank V8 producing 760 horsepower. Specialty: Built for thrills and drivability, everything in the engineering of the 2016 Ford Shelby GT350R delivers. 526 horsepower plus an aerodynamic design from the wide front fenders to the rear valance with integrated diffuser come together for a smooth and powerful ride. Specialty: Sitting low to the ground with a 40-inch overall height and V8 engine, this mid-engine endurance racer was made to win again and again and again.Orange Stripe across top, '8' on sides & hood, headlights, 'Gulf', 'Autolite', 'Firestone' & HW logo on sides While the CM6 design has been updated, some people have complained that these are not Real Riders which means the tires are plastic. At least they look better than the standard, mainline wheels, and the base is made out of metal. And it's good to see that this new series also has a hidden Chase model to look for. And, at the end of the day, you can always choose to skip buying a new set from Mattel, as there's a good chance that something more interesting will pop up in no time. Hot Wheels, "Ford" and red and dark blue swooshes on sides; #67 in white disc, dark blue and red livery. Red striping along top & sides, "4" on sides & trunk, Gumball 3000 logo on rear quarter fenders & hood

The 2010 Ford Mustang GT was based on its redesigned pony car casting, debuted in the 2008 L.A. Autoshow Giveaway and 2009 New Models. Specialty: With a rear wing and front chin spoiler, rear diffuser and a support frame, this mid-engine supercharged V8 single-seater was made for 24 hours of racing.

Orange stripe op top & sides, Dark Blue "15" in White circle on sides & hood, HW, Ford & Gulf logo on sides



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