Introducing the 2018 GT’ 67 Heritage Edition, Ford definitely creates a shining star attraction at its display at the current 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. To pay tribute to the iconic 1967 Le Mans racing legend, a GT’40 Mark IV, as well as its Ford-winning drivers, A. J. Foyt and Dan Gurney, the carmaker uses the same – Ferrari-victorious! – racing-inspired color scheme and strictly-limited serialized identification plates to emphasize a Heritage Edition rarity to be built. It would be better to get your hands on this jaw-dropping model as the actual number of unique units hasn’t been revealed even.
For the winning GT’67 model, the 20-inch forged aluminum silver-painted wheels, an eye-catching gloss Race Red paint choice for a striped livery and a beautiful hood and door decals playing with No.1 have been used, along with some bits of exposed carbon fiber. Inside and outside, the Heritage Edition is all about blending silver with red, including deep red stitching, silver mirror caps, red brake calipers and other tweaks like anodized-gray paddle shifters or red seat belts mated to a unique leather upholstery to complete the whole racing look. Moreover, the center console, door sills and air vents are now finished in exposed matter carbon fiber. Enthusiasts should be really excited to enjoy the end result.