The 2005 Ford GT Prototype was one of the stepping stones to the cars we see on the road today. The PB1-3 had the task of testing for durability, weather conditions and overall reliability. When it was finished performing the duties asked from Ford, it was purchased by Steve Saleen. The PB1-3 has many unique features, along with being one of the rarest American cars ever manufactured. Most notable is the heritage paint with no stripes.
(See also: 1964 Ford GT40 Prototype Sells for $7 Million)
It also includes: prototype exhaust with complete racing headers, a style 2 muffler, a kill switch under the front hood to shut off circuits not approved yet, control arms identical to the CP-1, pre-production transmission, early radiator fan switches, a production blower, an amazing 5.4-liter engine and much more.
Own a piece of automotive history for far below the assumed market value at only $399,988. Please contact Tom Sawyer at AutoPalace, LLC for more information by calling (866) 455-8656.
Like this article? Scroll down to join the conversation, share with your friends on social media, and see more duPont REGISTRY Autofluence content like this.