I also did not find any more pictures, but I did find the following that might help in your search - hope it helps and even if it does not it makes for an interesting historical read I hope...
Its entry for Le Mans in 1968:
Entrant - C. Dubois
Drivers - you have them. 'Beurlys' was the nickname for Jean Blaton.
Engine size: 289 CID
Here is the recorded history for this chassis number:
Chassis Number: GT40 P/1079
Despatch Date: 20.04-1968 to Ostend
Customer: Jean Blaton, Brussels
Configuration: Race Specification with lightweight roof.
Engine: 67/16. 1967 Weslake-headed engine to 1968 spec.
Transmission: NR 1014.ZF 5 speed with temperature guage, 3.44:1 FD (+D ratios)
Wheels: BRM 8 and a half inch and 11 inch.
Other Details: Prepared to full 1968 works race specifications, with lightweight body panels, aluminium fully ducted spare wheel cover and stage II ventilated discs. Fitted with small (13in) steering wheel.
Although owned by Jean Blaton throughout 1986, 1079 was actually entered at Monza and Le Mans by Belgian Ford Dealer Claude Dubois, and at Spa by National Belgian Team 'Ecurie Francorchamps'.
On 28 September 1968 the car was written off in the opening lap of Le Mans when Willy Mairesse was trying to close his door properly which had jammed when he shut it during the Le Mans start. He lost control of the car and crashed very badly. As a result of this accident Mairesse would never race again and took his own life the following year.
In 1969 the wrecked chassis was sold to Franco Sbarro in Switzerland who slowly rebuilt it over a number of years. It was then sold as a half completed project to Yvan Caillet in Switzerland, who completed the rebuild, initially installing a Peugeot race engine. The car was sprayed yellow and registered for the road in Switzerland. In May 1985 it was sold to C. Dessoyas in Paris.
Details from 'GT40 - An individual History and Race Record' by Ronnie SPain and published byMotorbooks International.
There you go, a few points to begin the search.
If you find more ( I will search also) I would not mind a set of decals for it either