2005 Ford GT

Sale Price
22 October 2022
Sold Date
Lot Number
Modified original
Auction House
Chassis no. 1FAFP90SX5Y401324. Yellow with black stripes over black leather. 330/800hp with Whipple 245 supercharger, 6-speed, SCT power flash, Ford Racing exhaust, HRE Wheels, Michelin tires.

Evaluation: CARFAX shows this GT as a total loss in January 2020, and it reportedly received its performance mods about 1000 miles ago. It also has a relatively high 13017 miles on it. It truly hasn’t led the typical life of a Ford GT (careful storage and static display). Its presentation, though, is still one of a lightly used exotic.

Bottom Line: Condition aside, given the title history and the extensive mods, this is the closest thing to a “#4” Ford GT that we’re likely to see for a while. And it sold for about #4 money. But the new owner also gets a usable GT that they can drive around or track without feeling guilty, plus they get the extra kick in the back from all the engine mods.

by Andrew Newton
28 October 2022
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