Evaluation: Represented with 17,675 miles, which might just be the most I’ve ever seen on a GT. Small chip in the nose and a few in the mirror, plus a small scrape on the bottom right of the front lip, probably just from a steep driveway. For someone who wants a GT without stressing over every tick of the odometer, this car is perfect.
Bottom Line: This car sold for $247,500 at Mecum Kansas City in 2019. Then, it racked up another 2553 miles and came to Tulsa, where it sold for a hefty premium with a $50,000 higher winning bid this time around. Collector car ownership rarely works out that way, but let this be a lesson to all the sub-1000-mile Ford GT owners out there – go drive your cars.