Those attending the 2020 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction are in for one massive surprise. Altogether, there will be 11 different Ford GTs heading to the auction block. What’s more, they will be auctioned off with no reserve. If you’ve been looking for one of these incredible American supercars, it would be a huge miss if you didn’t check out their selection. Below are just seven of the Ford GTs they will be offering. For the rest, click here.
This Ford GT was built early in the 2005 production run. It is being offered by Neil Ressler, a key executive in Ford Product Development. This car has 4,100 actual miles, has spent its whole life in an air-conditioned garage and it has never been on a racetrack. This GT includes all documents from the factory initial build and subsequent service. Also included are team clothing and a team book, that were only available to team members.
This is a four-option car with its original Window Sticker, Bill of Sale and more. The body and paint condition are showroom-fresh, thanks to careful driving and meticulous collector ownership. Inside, the interior is likewise as-new and features the McIntosh high-end audio system. This GT has 4,812 actual miles.
This 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition is one of 343 produced and is powered by a 5.4-liter DOHC 32-valve supercharged V8 engine coupled to a 6-speed manual transmission. The GT was built to celebrate Ford Motor Company’s 100-year anniversary.
One-owner 2017 Ford GT with no seller restrictions. This GT is #H105 with 538 actual miles, and has $82,250 in optional equipment. The car is powered by 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine paired to a 7-speed automatic transmission. It features the $30,000 Extended Color Palette 2 option, which provides a Verde Mantis exterior finish. The $15,000 Extended Carbon Fiber Package has been added as well. Inside the GT features the Dark Energy Interior Package (at a cost of $25,000), and it includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Included as well are a clear bra protective coating, ceramic paint protection and custom protective screens that prevent debris from hitting the front tires. It rides on 20-inch exposed carbon wheels, which are a $15,000 upgrade from the factory.
Listed in the definitive reference book published by the SVT Owners Association, “Ford GT 2005-2006: The Complete Owners Experience,” this 2005 Ford GT is the third car completed by VIN (suffix 00003) and the lowest-production VIN ever offered to the public for sale. Completed on June 29, 2004, Car #00003 was equipped with three of the four factory-available options, including BBS lightweight forged aluminum wheels, Painted Brake Calipers and the audiophile-quality McIntosh stereo system; only the painted upper racing stripes were omitted, lending an exceptionally clean overall look to this true modern supercar. #00003 remained in Ford’s ownership until this very special Ford GT was acquired by renowned collector Ron Pratte prior to joining the Scott Thomas Collection in 2015.
This Ford GT features over $50,000 in options. The exterior is finished in Liquid Red paint with Frozen White racing stripes and accented with matte-finish carbon-fiber components courtesy of the extended Carbon Fiber Package. The interior features a leather-wrapped steering wheel and the Dark Energy Interior Package upgrade, as well as factory-installed 6-point harness mounting points. The GT rides on 20-inch gloss-black aluminum wheels with the optional titanium lug nuts wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires and framing silver-painted brake calipers.
This 2006 Ford GT is a fully documented, one-owner example of Ford’s second-generation GT with 1,111 actual miles (mileage not indicated on the title). It is one of 31 finished in yellow with black calipers out of a total production run of 2,011. It has all four options, including factory black stripes, McIntosh stereo, forged wheels and black painted brake calipers.
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