Of all the supercars on the planet, one of the best looking is the first-generation Ford GT. The car was a beast, and few of them ever get driven. Typically they were gobbled up by collectors and sit in storage. This 2006 Ford GT is a prime example.
It’s driven only 11.7 miles since new and is one of 327 for the year made in Mark IV Red with full stripes. The engine is a 5.4L supercharged V8 paired with a 6-speed manual. The car looks brand new as it was purchased new and then put directly into storage.
The particular version is a four-option example. It has painted racing stripes, red-painted brake calipers, forged alloy BBS wheels, and the upgraded McIntosh radio. Those were the only options available that year. RM Sotheby’s is selling the car at no reserve, and it is expected to sell for between $280,000 and $340,000.
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