GT40P/1013 was one
of the most photographed of all GT40s. Being the prototype road car, it
was the only car available for road testing, as opposed to track testing,
by the motoring magazines of the time.
As a prototype, its
specification changed very quickly as new ideas were tried and tested. It
was the first car to be fitted with a heating system but essentially, it
was still very much a race car being fitted with the standard GT40 spec.
engine whilst later road cars were to feature an engine based on the 289
Hi-Po as fitted to the Shelby Mustang.
(Left) - Build Sheet for GT40P/1013.