The Carrera DIGITAL 132 Ford GT Race Car ‘No. 67’ is a scale model of the Ford GT racing car. The Ford GT was the last car produced by the Detroit automobile manufacturers to compete at the legendary long-distance race in northern France for quite a while. The number 67 is a reference to the famous winning car driven by Gurney and Foyt, the 1967 Ford MK IV. The striking red and white livery guarantees this GT the full attention of every spectator. The elegant 656-hp sports car was sold in a strictly limited edition by the manufacturers, Chip Ganassi Racing, and came to dominate long-distance racing.
A red-hot head-turner
The 1:32-scale Ford GT also attracts stares as it flies around the bends of home-based slot racing circuits. The official Ford reproduction licence enables the slot car to be built to almost perfectly replicate every detail of the original. The replica is fitted with working front, rear and brake lights. The red-and-white liveried racing car can be coded individually, controlled digitally and guarantees genuine racing fun for everyone.