The guys at Dallas’ Gas Monkey Garage were able to work their magic on a Ferrari F40 that was nearly totaled, but can they bring this Ford GT back to life?
Andy House, Owner of Ultra Hot Motor Sports, had a visit from Richard Rawlings and Mike Coy of Gas Monkey Garage, who came to check out one of their Ford GTs that was in particularly rough shape. The front end was almost completely torn off after it was hit from the left, but as House explains in one of the Oct. 5 YouTube teasers from Discovery, it still runs and drives just fine.
Thanks to the rear-engine layout, the truly important parts of the GT remained essentially untouched. But aside from the front axle and wheels, the car’s entire front end sat in pieces a few feet away.
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With just 4,000 miles on its odometer, there’s no doubt this car could be worth a pretty penny – Ford GTs with under 10,000 miles can be priced anywhere from $250,000 to $500,000. And with the Gas Monkey Garage touch, the $140,000 Rawlings spent on this GT could easily be half of what he’ll sell it for.
To see what winds up happening, be sure to catch their show “Fast N’ Loud” on Discovery Channel Mondays at 9 pm EST, and find your own GT that’s already quite whole from our exclusive listings at the button below.
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