1965 Ginetta G4 #0189

Starting life as a 1000cc road car in the U.K., G4 #0189 was completely rebuilt by us and a 1700cc Ford Crossflow engine was installed. Usually driven by Michael Clifford Sr., the car has been competitive alongside big-bore machinery like Ford Mustangs, Chevy Corvettes, and Porsche 911s. In the right hands, this car can even be as fast as a mid-engined sports racer like a Lotus 23 or Elva MkVII!


• 1,700cc Ford Kent Crossflow
• 195bhp, 8,000rpm redline
• Dual 45mm Weber DCOE carburetors
• Billet crankshaft, steel rods, forged pistons
• Roller rocker arms


• 4-speed Ford close-ratio, straight-cut dogbox
• Cast iron bellhousing
• Cast iron transmission case
• Ford Anglia live rear axle
• 3.9:1 final drive


• All fiberglass body with removable nose and tail, and bonded center tub
• Round-tube spaceframe chassis design
• Removable transmission tunnel tubes allow removal of gearbox with engine in place
• Total weight: ~1,260lbs without driver


• Coilover suspension at all four corners
• Ginetta fabricated unequal length front A-arms
• Triumph GT6 front brake calipers and rotors
• Lower A-arm on live rear axle • Ford Anglia 8" cast iron rear drums