Ford Mk IV

The Hot Wheels Ford Mk IV, also known as the Mark IV, is based upon the Ford GT40 Mk IV. Only six of the endurance racing cars were produced. They ran in only two races, the 1967 12 Hours of Sebring and the 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans and won both events.

The die-cast vehicle was a 1969 release and was designed by Ira Gilford. It can be found in red enamel and many different Spectraflame colors. A rear hatch opens to reveal a detailed engine. The interior is black and it has bearing redline wheels.

Production was in the U.S. and Hong Kong. A U.S. car has clear windows and a Hong Kong car has blue tinted windows and a base with suspension holes and “Hong Kong”.

The Ford Mk IV is part of the Grand Prix series. Included with the car was a sticker sheet that had numbers and a black & white stripe. U.S. cars have a “1” decal and Hong Kong cars have a “5” decal.

Also included with the car was a collector’s button with a Mark IV on a yellow background. There are notched and smooth tabbed Hong Kong buttons and a smooth tabbed “Printed in U.S.A.” button.

  • Manufactured:
  • Hong Kong
  • , US
  • Stock No. 6257
  • Colors US
  • Red Enamel
  • Spectraflame Aqua
  • Spectraflame Blue
  • Spectraflame Brown
  • Spectraflame Gold
  • Spectraflame Green
  • Spectraflame Light Blue
  • Spectraflame Lime
  • Spectraflame Olive
  • Spectraflame Orange
  • Spectraflame Purple
  • Spectraflame Red
  • Spectraflame Rose
  • Spectraflame Yellow
  • Colors HK
  • Red Enamel
  • Spectraflame Aqua
  • Spectraflame Blue
  • Spectraflame Green
  • Spectraflame Orange
  • Spectraflame Red
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