Ford vs. Ferrari star Christian Bale is an actor and so is the car he drove in the movie.
Ken Miles Ford Light Blue Racing GT40 Bale Heroes in 1
Superformance provided two GT40s to create the movie, each used as "hero" cars for close-ups. The original still exists, but today it costs at least $ 10 million and is too valuable to put through the rigors of film production.
CEO Lance Stander told Fox News Autos about both cars sold to private buyers within 48 hours after returning from filmmakers earlier this year, but now one will be resold to the Mecum Auctions event in Kissimmee, Florida, in January, which will also feature a Ford Mustang from Bullitt. The
manual-powered coupe still carries its film suit, including the Smiths pressure gauge, and is powered by a 511-cubic-inch Roush designed by Roush, which produces about 600 hp.
Superformance sells GT40 "non-drive" kits starting at $ 130,000, while a finished car like this would run in the $ 250,000 to $ 300,000 range if purchased new.
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