2005 Ford GT
A startup and walkaround video has been added below, along with a Vehicle Valuation Guide in the additional documents section.
2005 Ford GT - Start Up & Walkaround
A modern homage to the iconic GT40 of the 1960s, the Ford GT was first introduced as a concept car in 2002, where it would receive such an overwhelming response that Ford decided to put it into production. Appearing at the North American International Auto Show in 2004, the new Ford GT was heavily inspired by the original GT40, with its sleek, low-slung body, prominent air intakes, and optional twin racing stripes running from front to rear. While externally it was visually similar to the original, it was a completely twenty-first-century design. It featured a lightweight frame, aluminum and composite body panels, bonded floor panels, and an engine cover with a one-piece carbon fiber inner panel protecting the longitudinal, rear-mounted all-alloy supercharged overhead-cam V8. The new GT was an extraordinary driving machine and is still considered one of the best supercars ever produced; it was, in Ford’s language, “The Pace Car for an Entire Company.”
Offered from the Gateway Automobile Museum Collection
Equipped with all four factory options
Powered by a 5.4-liter supercharged V8 producing 550-horsepower
Finished in Mark IV Red with White twin racing stripes
Bucket-seats trimmed in Ebony leather
A top speed of 205 miles per hour with 0-60 in just 3.5 seconds
Displaying just 8,238 miles at the time of listing
Six-speed manual transmission
Painted, forged, lightweight aluminum BBS wheels
Painted brake calipers
Double wishbone front and rear suspension
14-inch front and 13-inch rear disc brakes with Brembo calipers
Stainless steel dual-exit exhaust
Anti-lock braking system
Remote keyless entry
Please note that while all of the lots on offer in the Gateway Museum Collection are currently roadworthy, the lots will benefit from additional mechanical attention before being driven to address any imperfections associated with long-term static display or individual preferences. All lots are sold as is, where is
Following an accident in 2010, this vehicle was professionally repaired, as shown in the accompanying digital history file detailing nearly $150,000 in repairs
Following an accident in 2015, this vehicle was professionally repaired
Carfax Vehicle History Report
Receipts from vehicle repair
Acquired by the Gateway Automobile Museum Collection in 2011, this vehicle was involved in an accident in 2010 that was professionally repaired before it was then enjoyed for a number of years before it was involved in an accident in September 2015 and professionally repaired shortly after.
A Broad Arrow Group Car Specialist is working as an agent on behalf of the owner for this vehicle.
Contact: Donnie Gould Phone: 954.647.0779 email: email@example.com
Optional vehicle service contract available for $525. Learn more about the program here.
Be the first to place a bid!