Don’t be fooled by what you see on the silver screen. Ford did not build the GT as a reaction to competitors. Instead, it was and is a statement to the world. As such, every few decades the brass in Dearborn pulls together the best blue oval designers, engineers, and drivers. Their efforts have resulted in three generations of Ford GT for sale, so don’t miss this opportunity.
1966 Ford GT :: $135,000
1966 GT40 Mk1, built 2004 by GT40 North America, titled Arizona 2004 as a 1966, titled 2011 as a “Special Construction”. Eric Broadley of Lola, the original designer of GT40 Mk1, son Andrew Broadley GT40 North America built an estimated 12 GT40 Mk1 Replica’s in 2004, with the first few cars exceeding $200K plus! This is not a kit car, but a handcrafted carbon-fiber body. 2,012 lbs, 351W Injected 560 HP, absolutely beautiful, NO STORIES! $135,000. 3004 miles.
2005 Ford GT :: $319,995
Single owner Ford GT with all 4 options! McIntosh Sound System, Lightweight forged aluminum wheels, Red painted brake calipers, and the painted racing stripes. We have fully vetted and serviced this car to prepare it for its’ new owner. The new owner will receive all associated items with the new car: Car cover, 2 sets of keys and remotes, and tool kit. This car is in excellent mechanical and cosmetic shape and ready to tackle the open road! With the current model Ford GT’s selling for over $1 million, this GT is a sure-fire investment for years to come
Inside the driver is treated to the best leather and surround sound by McIntosh. In contrast to every other supercar of that era, the gauges, controls, and ergonomics were top-notch. The supercharged 5.4-liter has a six-speed manual that can be shifted with a pinky finger. While not intended to be a race car, the 2004 to 2006 Ford GT is lauded as the best car of all time by drivers and publications around the world.
2017 Ford GT :: Call For Price
The 2017 Ford GT was only available in a limited-edition Heritage theme honoring the GT40 Mark II driven to victory by Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon at Le Mans in 1966 – part of the historic 1-2-3 Ford GT sweep. The car will feature unique interior and exterior color themes, and an exclusive wheel finish.
“Celebrating the anniversary of Ford’s historic victories at Le Mans has always been a part of the return of the Ford GT,” said Raj Nair, Ford executive vice president, product development, and chief technical officer. “The 2017 Ford GT ’66 Heritage Edition is a stunning tribute to the car that kicked off Ford’s string of Le Mans victories in 1966.”
Examples of the first and second-generation cars are hard to come by, as collectors don’t part with them easily. Scarcity is the issue with the late models, with only 500 for each model year. But that doesn’t keep us from offering you the world’s best cars. Here are a few others for your consideration:
Scott Dixon’s personal Ford GT -6-time IndyCar champion – 2008 Indy 500 winner – Ford GTLM 24 Hours of LeMans team driver-Includes all specialty items delivered from new- 44 miles from new- Extremely Rare Carbon package with exposed carbon fiber stripes.
Scott Dixon is one of the most successful IndyCar drivers of all time. With 6 combined IndyCar championships to his name, only the legendary A.J. Foyt has more championships than Dixon. Racing for Chip Ganassi and Chip Ganassi Racing for most of his IndyCar career since starting in 2001, Dixon started racing in 1987 with go-karts and moved into Formula V cars at the age of 13. He is also the youngest driver to have a racing license due to loopholes in his original home, New Zealand. Scott Dixon’s accomplishments include 6 IndyCar Championships, 2008 Indianapolis 500 winner, 50 race wins in the IndyCar Series, 24 Hour of Daytona overall winner, 24 Hours of Le Mans 2016 3rd place in Ford GTLM, class winner in 2018 at the 24 Hours of Daytona, in addition to overall 24 Hours of Daytona win for 2020.
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