1967 marked the second year that Ford beat Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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Ford had a '66 Heritage edition for the first year of the GT's production, so expanding that to a second year only makes sense.

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The '67 Heritage edition features Race Red paint with white stripes.

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The #1 on the side is the same number as the GT that won Le Mans in '67.

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The '67 Le Mans win remains the only all-American win -- an American car, run by an American team, with American drivers.

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Inside, there's some new leather trim on the carbon fiber seats.

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Contrast stitching extends to both the seats and the steering wheel.

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The seat belts are now red, too, because that's sporty and fun.

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If you don't get a '67 Heritage edition, fear not -- Ford won Le Mans in '68 and '69, too.

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