Yes I am back to the US.
Thank you all for the nice comments.
The videos were produced by my son in law.
He really does a great job, and using his drone, it provides a different perspective
We we working in uploading my collection in several episodes on YouTube, wheather has to help!
By the way I did send a letter to W.Clay Ford, Executive Chairman of Ford, telling him what you see in the videos
Although I did not mention that I was applying for the Ford GT.
And I received a very nice response, which shows to me that he is a true gentleman
And I liked very much the French response that was posted here��
I sent you a couple of pms.
I am not sure if you received them
Please let me know if you did get them
Otherwise send me your phone number, we might be able to arrange something for this weekend
It is really electrifying, you are right, from all points of view.
The racing cars of that period did not have an alternator.
The car has to be constantly with a trickle charger when the engine is shut off
The jumper cables are there in case that if I drive the car and then stop for some time, they might be helpful
You can’t imagine the amount of constraints and uncertainties with this car.
I would be fool if I did not have a compensation
And there are compensations: the looks, the sound, the feeling that you are driving a piece of history, etc
It is the same when I drive the GT-40
By the way, these two cars have a common origin: the MK V GT Lola, the basis for the GT -40 and of course my Lola