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    GT40 Kellison

    All good points to consider. The one I found for sale nearby is in fact on a tube frame set up for a VW.
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    GT40 Kellison

    I don't have a baby to photograph, yet. I noticed the kit for sale not far from where I live but I didn't buy it. I agree with you, they don't look like a real GT40. But it might be as close as a poor guy like me will ever get.
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    GT40 Kellison

    What didn't you like about the Kellison body, John?
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    GT40 Kellison

    I notice that there is a Kellison "kit" for sale not far from my home. Would $4500 be a reasonable price for one of those kits?
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    GT40 Chassis starting point

    Thanks for the response. The GT40 Windshield. Is it unique or is it from an actual production model? I seem to recall it was originally from a Ford "Corsair" but I personally don't see how they would have made that work.
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    GT40 Chassis starting point

    Hi all, I tried to search to see if this question has every been asked before and could not find it. My question is this; What production car chassis (if any) most approximates the needed specifications of a ford GT or ford GT40 chassis? Specifically, the windshield, leg room, dash...
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    Coyote or SBF

    I think your question is still very subjective. What may be easier for some may be harder for others and vice versa. It may also depend on what you mean by "sort out." Personally, I am a little more comfortable working on the old school engines, myself but I very much appreciate things like...
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    Coyote or SBF

    Definitely works of art. Much respect for the manufacturers.
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    Coyote or SBF

    Look up Ford "eight stack" FE intakes for coyote engines. There are several variations to consider.
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    Coyote or SBF

    I see what you mean. Looks pretty tight! gt40supercharged.com/gt40_images/GT40-Engine-2.jpg
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    Coyote or SBF

    Point taken on the cost and time for the computer skills. I can imagine it would be quite a learning curve for most builders. I certainly do miss the days of working on some of my old cars, doing my own tuneups and all. Back when I could still see the pavement on both sides of my motors when I...
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    Coyote or SBF

    You are probably right but why would that same transaxle stick out any further on the slightly smaller Coyote engine any further than it would on a SBF? What a beast of a transaxle, by the way!
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    Coyote or SBF

    Interesting exchanges in this thread to say the least. After reading all the comments, I'm still left wandering from a specifications perspective, which engine and transaxle setup is "best suited" for a typical GT40 build? I read one comment that seemed to indicate that a Coyote with the...
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    Hi all from another Newb

    Thanks Rod. I appreciate the welcome.
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    New Guy Here

    Could you imagine lucking into buying one in a blind sale? Not knowing what was in the box? Wow! That would make a great episode of "Storage Wars!"
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    Hi all from another Newb

    Hi all. I found this site years ago while searching for any examples of a build I have long fantasized about (a mid engine 1966 Mustang Fastback.) I found several articles and even some actual documented builds online, already. Even this one where FORD made one as a prototype...
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