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Gullwing America Ferrari F340 Competizione


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Gullwing America revealed today their Ferrari F340 Competizione, which is based on a true classic - a 1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico Berlineta. The original 1952 Ferrari 340 was built in three unit only, by Vignale specially for the Mexican Race. The Gullwing America Ferrari F340 Competizione is powered by a 5.4 liter V12, mated to a 6 speed manual transmission, which is able to output a very respectable 476 hp at 6300 rpm. Gullwing’s Ferrari F340 comes with a bespoke exhaust system, and free flow air filters.

The new F/340 Competizione, which pays tribute to the original race car, is actually based on a Ferrari 456 platform, which will receive a 15 inches longer aluminum body, made by hand by Australian Mark Nungent. GWA’s Ferrari 340 Competizione will feature a rear diffuser and spoiler, new side vents and front splitters.

At the interior, Gullwing will equip the 340 Competizione with carbon fiber seats, a roll bar, a special luggage set, and a chronometer. The new Gullwing America Ferrari F340 Competizione will be a race car, so it will received competition grade brakes and suspension, together with other racing parts.

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