Three of the Alan Mann Racing Ford P68 or “F3L” coupes were constructed, of which we are delighted to offer this well-presented example.
In the late Alan Mann’s wonderful book Alan Mann: A Life of Change, the British Ford-specialist private entrant recalled how, “at the end of 1966, Len Bailey started a new design for us called the P68. Having won Le Mans comprehensively with an immense show of force, Ford of America suddenly pulled out of prototype sports car racing after 1967. But working with Ford of Britain, we pressed ahead with an entirely new, very different car.”
Offered together with current FIA HTP and a spares package, this seductively profiled, very rare endurance racing coupe is very much the super-sophisticated ultimate development of the Ford GT family tree.