Ford GT90 Concept Car Oklahoma
First unveiled at the 1995 Detroit Motor Show, the Ford GT90 concept car was intended to be a GT40 successor, as it borrows some styling cues, such as doors that cut into the roofline. The vehicle was built around a honeycomb-section aluminum monocoque while its body panels were molded from carbon fiber.

That Racing Channel traveled to a rural town in Oklahoma to see one of these ultra rare specimens, currently owned by oil tycoon Brent Hajek. You can actually see it in person at his Hajek Motorsports Museum in Ames. Power comes from a quad-turbocharged 5.9 V12 engine making 720 hp and 660 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in a mere 3.1 seconds.
LEGO Technic 2022 Ford GT 42154 Car Model Kit for Adults to Build, Collectible Set, 1:12 Scale Supercar with Authentic Features, Gift Idea That Fuels Creativity and Imagination
  • Enjoy a rewarding building experience shaping every detail of the 2022 Ford GT with this 1:12 scale LEGO Technic car model kit for adults
  • The model car includes authentic features, such as a V6 engine with moving pistons, independent suspension on all wheels and front-axle steering
  • Take your time assembling details like the rear-wheel drive with differential, opening doors, adjustable spoiler wing and opening hood


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