Things turned bad.
Anyone in the market for any GT40, real or replica, would surely do a quick internet search and that should lead him/her to this thread. The owner of this car, whatever name he is using, would be doing himself a favor by logging in here and coming clean. GT40s.com is arguably the most in-depth online database on GT40s in the world.He is building up a log book as well and unfortunately will pass this off on some not so well informed buyer in the future... but 15-20 years ago this was quite a popular thing to do. People were "finding" a piece of tubing or a scrap of seat material of a jag C type, Lola MK1, Lotus 23 ect and were claiming the heritage and chassis numbers.
This looks like a great event with a lot of beautiful cars on this field.Pantera? Mine looks just like that one, but I was at an All-Italian car show in Alameda Sunday (so I missed the wreck).
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Here is an article on GT/110:
Although I have no tolerance for anybody who tries to pass off a GT40 replica as a genuine car, I am still very sad to hear this car got smashed up. I hope it can be repaired, and also hope the driver is okay.
We've done lots of RHD cars, including (I think) the Spyder. However, judging from the tunnel shape, pedal box and the shift-linkage cover, that's not ours.Not arguing if it's a replica, but if it's the ERA you reference there are a lot of mods including RHD, RH shift, different seats, etc.