ERA GT 322 V8
4TH OCT 2018
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$94,000 • € 81,857
Chassis #: GTP2028
Bring A Trailer • 2018
Chassis: GTP2028. 4,200 Miles Shown. 322ci V8 Rebuilt in 2017. ZF 5-Speed Manual Transaxle. Holley 650 CFM Carburetor. Edelbrock Intake. Functional A/C. Roll Cage and Harnesses. Extra Wheels and Tires. Private Party or Dealer: Private Party
This ERA GT is an early GT40 replica that was reportedly purchased as a kit, first registered in 1994, and reportedly raced in vintage events during the 1990s with its original owner. The car was acquired by the seller in 2014 following its removal from longterm climate-controlled storage. Approximately five hours of run time have elapsed since a 2017 rebuild of the car’s 322ci Windsor V8 and resealing of its ZF 5-speed manual transaxle. This ERA shows approximately 4,200 miles and is offered with an extra set of wheels and tires, manuals, and a clean Pennsylvania title listing it as a 1966 Ford. The car features a metallic blue fiberglass body with white stripes over a chassis constructed of mild steel. The body is shown up close from a number of angles in the gallery below. Finish flaws are said to include cracks and chips as well as a scrape under the driver’s door. Staggered 15″ wheels are powder coated in black and wear Avon CR6-ZZs tires. An extra set of GT40 BRM-style wheels mounted with older Avon tires is included in the sale. Braking is from Wilwood Superlite 6-piston calipers up front and floating calipers in the rear. Black leather seats feature brass grommets and Simpson 5-point harnesses. Safety equipment consists of a roll cage, battery cut-off switch, and fire suppression system, with the latter including a charged but out-of-date extinguisher. A carpet kit is included but not installed. The dash houses a 3-spoke steering wheel with a centering stripe along with an array of Stewart Warner gauges and toggle switches. The air conditioning system is reported to be functional. Approximately 4,200 miles are shown on the odometer, approximately 2,000 of which were added by the seller. The 322ci small-block V8 was rebuilt in November 2017 by RCS Racing Engines of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is said to produce 524 horsepower and 441 lb-ft of torque, and build details include the following: Shifting is through a ZF 5-speed manual transaxle featuring a Ford billet steel flywheel, Centerforce dual friction clutch, and McLeod throwout bearing. The gearbox was reportedly inspected and resealed by the seller at the time of the engine build. Brake and clutch hydraulics are controlled by Wilwood master cylinders. A start-up video is viewable below.
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