Evaluation: Represented with 7000 miles so it has been driven a bit by Ford GT standards. The only signs of wear or age are a few, small stone chips on the nose.
Bottom Line: This was the most expensive car at Mecum Vegas this year. It sold for $330,000 only a few months ago in Tulsa, but GTs have been doing very well lately in both online and live auctions, so the seller may have seen the big numbers for GTs in Monterey and decided to try their hand at a quick flip. Including fees they didn’t get much ROI, but the higher number in Vegas still shows how popular GTs are at the moment. This price is actually at the lower end of the spectrum (chalk it up to mileage), since several others have brought over 400 grand over the summer.