This 2005 Ford GT is finished in Mark IV Red and is one of 2,027 produced that year. It was sold new at Ricart Ford in Columbus, OH, and displays 3,870 actual miles on the odometer. The core of this GT is a supercharged 5.4-liter dual-overhead camshaft V8 engine backed by a Ricardo 6-speed manual transmission. Brembo 4-wheel ventilated disc brakes with 4-pistor calipers work to slow it down. The interior features a pair of ventilated bucket seats and the factory-optional McIntosh stereo system with 8" subwoofer and 1" A-pillar mounted speakers. Included with the vehicle is extensive documentation, including the Bill of Sale, affidavit of delivery, original title and the paper dealer tags. A factory Ford GT fitted cover with additional dust top and nylon cover with storage bags are also included. Service on the vehicle was recently performed, including the installation of new tires, changing of all fluids, the half-shaft bolts, all belts and all filters were replaced, and the air-conditioning unit was recharged. A GT Guys LLC Bumper Delete kit was installed at that time as well. CARFAX shows Ford Motor Company manufacturer safety recalls opened on 05/27/2015: Driver airbag inflator replacement; and 06/30/2016: Takata non-desiccated phased, stabilized ammonium nitrate PSAN, passenger frontal airbag inflators.
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