Posts tagged with ‘1966’


As the son of a successful Formula Vee racer, it comes as little surprise that Daniel Schaefer has grown up with an unparalleled endearment for German aircooled cars. Whether it’s stubbornness, adoration for the old-fashioned, or simply love for the cars that utilize the aircooled engines, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly why so many auto enthusiasts flock to something so seemingly antiquated.

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As I walked the fairway at the 2013 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, one car in particular stopped me dead in my tracks. Ford’s GT40 is unquestionably one of my favorites; backed with truly stunning lines and an even more impressive pedigree, the Le Mans racer is one of the few truly successful American grand tourers. Best of all, the GT40 was born purely out of spite as the result of a growing feud between Henry Ford II and Enzo Ferrari himself.

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