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August 18, 2018

For Sale – Ford GT40 Group 4 (1966) or De Tomaso Mangusta ZF-Synchroma Gearbox

For Sale Genuine 1966 Ford GT40 Group 4 or early De Tomaso Mangusta ZF-Synchroma 5 DS-25 5-Speed Gearbox

1st: 2.23/1
2nd: 1.61/1
3rd: 1.21//1
4th: 0.96/1
5th: 0.81/1
Reverse 2.36/1
Final Drive 4.22/1

EXCELLENT CONDITION

ZF Transmission for GT40

PRICE: $9,500.00 USD (Buyer pays Shipping Costs and all corresponding U.S. Custom Duties Import Expenses)

Location: Lima, Peru – South America

Contact: Rodolfo by email – click here

ZF-Synchroma Gearbox

ZF Transmission for GT40

ZF Transmission for GT40

ZF Transmission for GT40

More photos of this ZF-Synchroma Gearbox are in the slide show below

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Comments

  1. Wayne Watkins says:

    Makes you wonder when I paid A$8500 for my complete red Mangusta car , road registered & in perfect condition late 70’s . Best things about these Italian cars were their German transaxle & American engine , plus Giugiaro designed body . But with Italian electrics and a 32/68 weight distribution , they were a nightmare to drive . In a straight line they were brilliant .

  2. Bob Wachtel says:

    I fully agree with you Wayne. Makes me think of when I bought a low mileage 1966 427 street Cobra for $5800 in 1972 or 1973. It’s got to the point when only the mega rich can afford to buy these parts for their cars. The average guy can only dream about purchasing these items. I remember when the Cobra Daytona coupe CSX 2287 was laid up in the corner of Carroll Shelby’s shop while he was involved with the Ford GT LeMans cars. CSX 2287 had just been run on the Bonneville salt flats by Craig Breedlove and was in rough shape and in need of mild restoration. It was sold for a few thousand dollars and eventually ended up in the hands of Phil Spector. Years later it was sold to the Simeone Museum collection for $10,000,000+. I paid $3,800 for a new 1965 high performance Mustang fastback with the “K” code 271 hp engine. Now to get a new Mustang that performs like that one you’d have to shell out a minimum of $40,000-$50,000.

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