This GT has 3,814 original miles. It still has plastic on door sills. It's equipped with a 5.4-liter, 550hp V8 engine, 500 ft/lbs of torque, 6-speed manual transmission, BBS wheels, black calipers, factory stripes and McIntosh radio. This GT is #1300 of 2,022 built and #536 of 765 manufactured in Mark IV Red. It was assembled June 17th, 2005 at the Wixom Ford plant. The factory car cover is still in plastic. It comes with books, two keys, factory charger and air compressor. It also comes with the original Window Sticker as well as a second brand new copy ordered from Ford. It has clean CARFAX and AutoCheck report which indicates one owner. Abs - 4-Wheel, Alloy Wheels, Anti-Theft System - Alarm, Center Console - Front Console With Storage, Center Console Trim - Alloy, Center Console Trim - Leather, Clock, Dash Trim - Leather, Door Trim - Leather, Front Air Conditioning, Front Air Conditioning - Automatic Climate Control, Front Air Conditioning Zones - Single, Front Airbags - Dual, Front Fog Lights, Front Seat Type - Bucket, Front Wipers - Intermittent, Gauge - Tachometer, In-Dash Cd - Single Disc, Limited Slip Differential - Rear, Multi-Function Remote - Keyless Entry, Power Door Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Premium Brand - Rockford Fosgate, Radio - Am/Fm, Rear Spoiler, Shift Knob Trim - Alloy, Side Mirror Adjustments - Power, Steering Wheel - Tilt And Telescopic, Steering Wheel Trim - Leather, Tire Type, Upholstery - Leather, Wheel Diameter - 19 Inch, Wheels - Alloy, Window Defogger - Rear
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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.
The Ford GT40 moved from famous to legendary when Lucien Bianchi and Pedro Rodriguez drove the car to victory at the 1968 24 Hours of Le Mans race.
Three modern supercars from three different continents led the bidding at Russo and Steele’s third annual Newport Beach auction.
$333,282 takes home car stored since 1979