Companies Ferrari and Ford have something in common in relation to color, which runs in a part of the automotive industry.
Enzo Ferrari discreetly declined the offer for the purchase of the company by Henry Ford in 1963, setting Americans task to beat the Italians at their own game. GT40 is a result of fusion these two brands, which have since been in constant rivalry.
None of this could disrupt the creators of the car which you see here.
This is Ford Coupe with three windows from 1939, one of the most popular hot rod models. However, this special here has a Ferrari engine and a heck identity that accompanies it.
Three-liter V8 engine is clearly similar to what could be found in models of Ferrari Mondial or 308 GTB late eighties, but it is equipped with two turbo charging. This resulted in 950 hp matte to a six-speed Tremec transmission with competition-spec clutch.