We have the same license plate number. I cut a thin groove in the body work and inserted the license plate up in the body a little to give more clearance for the exhausts. It has a LED light strip illuminating the plate.
Need to replace all the polyurethane bushings that are crumbling,( still need to source those) finish tuning the engine, charge the ac, wiring the driving lights, seat belts, alignment, registration and anything else Ive forgotten. The 63 is a old friend I bought & rebuilt in 1991, sold in 2003 and purchased back from the same person I sold it to in 2017. He only put 351 miles on it in 14 years. Unfortunately it still had the same brake fluid, tires etc from when i sold it. He basically stored it for me,lol. So I spent some time getting it back road worthy. I have put about 1500 miles on it since. Its an old retired road race car put back on the street. We are in the middle of building a new house so the GT sits waiting as I am involved with actually some of the construction. Good news much better garage on the way!
My GT40. Manufactured by DRB in Australia about 1996. Acquired in 2001 from First owner(unfinished). Complete tear down, rebuild and paint. Finished build in 2011. Repaint Linden Green in 2014. Dynoed in 2017. 351 Windsor/408c.i., F.I. 466H.P. top speed on Dyno of 185 @5000rpm. Here it is at Caffeine and Octane in Atlanta in 2015.