Dan Gurney was 6' 4" when he drove the Le Mans-winning GT40 to victory in 1967. He was too tall to fit in the standard GT40, so the team made a "bubble" shaped piece for the roof of the car – and ever since it has been known as the "Gurney Bubble". Now available for any GT40, including the RCR cars, this piece is produced in fiberglass, and requires normal paint and bodywork techniques to mount to the car. Can be mounted on the left or right on the car.
Pictured finished and mounted on a car.
Made in USA