Between its string of Le Mans victories and its legendary rivalry with Ferrari, the GT40 hardly needs an introduction. Only 105 were produced, with 31 extremely rare road-going versions leaving the factory Slough factory in England. Those 31 cars were hardly different from their racing counterparts, with the few differences being standard seats, wire wheels, carpets, and a cigarette lighter. Chassis P/1057 is one of the surviving GT40 road cars that made it intact, having not been converted to racing spec. It retains a number of its original parts and is verified by its Ford Advanced Vehicles Production Car Record. In terms of heritage, this is one of the most desirable cars on the market today, and it’s not surprise it sold quickly.