23939 Carrera Digital 124 Ford GT 40 MKII, #7 1:24 Slot Car



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23939 Carrera Digital 124 Ford GT 40 MKII, #7 1:24 Slot Car

  • Driven by: Graham Hill (GB)/Brian Muir (AUS); DNS: Dick Thompson (USA); listed, never drove: Jackie Stewart (GB)
  • Car: Ford Mk II #XGT-2 - Ford 427 V8/90° 2v OHV 6982 cc N/A
  • Entrant: Alan Mann Racing Ltd. (GB)
  • Event: 24 Heures du Mans / Le Mans 24 Hours
  • Date: 19.6.1966
  • Track: Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans (F), 13.461 kms
  • Distance: 24 hours
  • Attendance: 350000
  • Result: did not finish (Front suspension)
  • Grid: 6th (3:33.200)
  • Tires: Goodyear
  • Sponsors: Ford


  • Silver in color, #7.
  • Operating headlights and taillights.
  • High impact body and the variable neodymium magnet.
  • Includes a neodymium magnet and an extra set of pick-up brushes.

An iconic vehicle in endurance motorsport
The legendary Graham Hill drove the Ford GT 40 Mkll through the famous 24-hour race in northern France. To date, Hill is the only racing driver to have won the Triple Crown of motorsport, ie victories in Formula 1, the Indy 500 and the French 24-hour race. The Ford GT 40 was redesigned especially for the 1966 season - the 4.7 liter engine was replaced with a larger, more powerful 7.0 liter engine. Graham Hill, who has already won two world championship titles in Formula 1, is still considered one of the greatest racing drivers of all time.

A legend on the Carrera racetrack
In 1966, the Ford was able to win a few races, always keeping an eye on the sports car championship. The 1:24 scale slot car pays homage to the cars of yesteryear. With the chic grey-black finish and the large number 7, you'll outrun everyone with this vehicle on the Carrera racetrack. Equipped with front and rear lights, as well as a brake light, it reaches its top speed on the race track and is quite noticeable. The car can be controlled digitally and can also be individually coded.

Carrera Digital 1/24 benefits at a glance:

  • Lane changes and overtaking at the touch of a button
  • Up to 4 vehicles on a track at the same time
  • Depending on the driver’s ability and skill, the speed can individually adjusted with up to 10 levels
  • Simple vehicle coding using the manual control unit
  • Perfect sliding and drifting
  • Predominantly with front and rear lighting
  • Carrera's Digital 132/124 cars can also be run on Analog (or Evolution and Exclusiv) tracks