We own this Ford GTX1 and it is available for viewing by
appointment in Jacksonville, Florida.
This is the second of about 30 custom roadster versions of the Ford
GT coupe designed by Ford Engineer Kip Ewing and built by the
Genaddi Design Group under license from Ford. It is the only GTX1
in red with racing stripe delete. Each GTX1 was custom built by
Genaddi for a specific owner from an extensive list of options. No
two are alike. This GTX1 is loaded up with $105,500 in Gennadi
options and has had just two owners in its history with 10+ years
under most recent ownership.
1 of only 3 GTX1s with fully removable roof by Genaddi Design
1 of only 3 GTX1s with luggage carrier
Roof + luggage carrier transform car into spectacular Grand
Reverse clamshell + scissor doors
Stainless Works custom exhaust (cats/no mufflers)
Custom carbon fiber front skid plate + side sill plates
Short shifter, transaxle cooler, rear bumper delete, "GTX1" fuel
cap, Pioneer double DIN audio with rear camera and navigation
Custom "SEMA GTX1" staggered three piece chrome wheels with new
265/35x19 & 335/30x20 Michelin Pilot Sport tires
Extensively serviced by Rich Brooks ("The GT Guy") with additional
upgrades including Ford Racing Shifter and Ford Racing Transmission
Recent major service including coolant, oil, brake fluid and
transaxle oil change; new spark plugs, belts, tires, Stillen
clutch, Ford flywheel, battery; rechrome wheels; and recalibrate
ECU (583 HP to the wheels, 720 HP at crank)
Featured in the book "Ford GT 2005-2006: The Complete Owners
Multiple award winner
Complete with keys, books and original car cover
The idea for the Ford GTX1 Prototype was conceived by Ford
Engineering and Design Supervisor Kip Ewing who was inspired by the
1966 Ford GT40 that was made into a roadster, named the GTX1, and
won the 12 Hours of Sebring Race in 1966. Kip envisioned the GTX1
as the second phase of Ford GT, but obtaining approval to build the
GTX1 was extremely difficult because the Ford GT was already a
masterpiece and the production run was only going to be 2 years;
however, the breathtaking design of the GTX1 enabled Kip to obtain
approval to build a Prototype and he chose master coach builder
Mark Gerisch of Genaddi Design Group to be the builder. The GTX1
Prototype was designed, developed and built by Ford Motor Company
and Genaddi Design Group and introduced at the 2005 SEMA Show in
Las Vegas, where Ford announced that consumers could own a GTX1 by
purchasing a Ford GT and sending it to Genaddi for the Roadster
Conversion. The GTX1's were very expensive to build and only around
30 were built.
2005 Ford GT
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