Yes, this car has less than 6 miles!
In a celebration of automotive history, the 2006 Ford GT emerges as a remarkable tribute to its Le Mans-winning forebears. This specific Ford GT, with an astonishingly low 5.9 actual miles, is one of the most pristine examples available, encapsulating the essence of a true collector's item.
Unveiled with grandeur, this Ford GT comes equipped with all four available factory options. It showcases the eye-catching Heritage Paint Livery with Racing Stripe, an homage to the John Wyer Automotive/Gulf Oil-sponsored GT40s that clinched victory at Le Mans in 1968 and 1969. This distinctive livery, priced over $13,000, includes the iconic blue and orange colors, complemented by roundels offering the option for personalized racing numbers.
Adding to its allure, the car features grey-painted brake calipers, lightweight BBS forged aluminum wheels, and a premium McIntosh stereo system. Under the hood lies a formidable 550 BHP V-8 engine, a testament to Ford's commitment to blending historical significance with modern performance.
Purchased new by Jim Taylor from Gwinnett Place Ford in Duluth, Georgia, on January 14, 2006, the car was initially directed to that showroom from Courtesy Ford of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, the original dealer listed on its window sticker. This particular GT, Chassis No. 1FAFP90S86Y400285, stands as a pinnacle of Ford's automotive craftsmanship.
The 2006 Ford GT, especially in this Heritage Paint Livery package, has become a symbol of automotive excellence and desirability. Even with the advent of the second-generation Ford GT, this heritage edition retains its status as one of the most coveted supercars on the market. This GT not only embodies the spirit of Ford's racing legacy but also offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of motoring history, virtually untouched and in impeccable condition.
This vehicle along with hundreds of other is selling at the Palace in Greensboro, North Carolina on February 22nd and 24th. Visit their website to see all the cars for sale and to learn more about consignment and bidder registration.