The original 1,000-vehicle production plan will grow by 350
Sales reach $30 million total, with 21st Century sports cars and exotics taking seven of the top-10 highest-seller spots
Seller claims Ford cannot sue to block sale of this GT
Buyer would be third owner of a car that Ford said couldn’t be resold by its original owner for 24 months
The lawsuit alleges that Cena made a “large profit” from the sale which he used to cover “expenses.”
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The Ford GT40 moved from famous to legendary during a string of victories at Le Mans that began in 1966 with Henry Ford II’s demand to “beat Ferrari’s ass.”
Drawing inspiration from Ford’s GT40 of the 1960s, the Ford GT was an mid-engine two-seat sports car produced in 2005 and 2006.
The Ford GT40 moved from famous to legendary on September 29,1968 when Lucien Bianchi and Pedro Rodriguez drove the car to victory at the 1968 24 Hours of Le Mans race.