2006 Ford GT

Gooding & Company's latest online sale brings in $16.1M
Monday, 3 May - Friday, 7 May 2021
Sale Price
$275,000 - $325,000
Est. Range
7 May 2021
Sold Date
Lot Number
Unrestored original
Gooding & Company
Auction House
Chassis no. 1FAFP90SX6Y400417, Black over black leather, 33/550hp supercharged V-8, 6-speed manual, BBS wheels, painted calipers, Goodyear Eagle F1 tires, aftermarket Pioneer stereo with navigation.

Evaluation: Originally delivered to a dealer in New Jersey but shortly went to a private collection in Japan. Showing 1334 miles and very clean, although the humongous screen for the stereo system looks a bit distracting.

Bottom Line: There’s no shade in which a 2005-06 Ford GT doesn’t look great, but there’s also a strong argument that black paint, no stripes, and BBS wheels look the best. This black GT sold at Gooding’s Pebble Beach auction in 2017 for $286,000, a somewhat modest result at the time. Four years and about 250 miles later, it brought a hammer bid $45,000 higher. While far from the biggest ROI we’ve ever heard of in the car world, it shows that sometimes all you need to make a little money on a car are good timing and some luck. It also shows the continued high demand for these analog American supercars, which are worth nearly twice what they were 10 years ago.

by Andrew Newton
13 May 2021
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