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Near the end of the last century, American automakers were building for the status quo, with many models simply being evolutions of the same formulas they had been producing for decades. The Ford GT for sale in 2005 was a concept car with a modern interpretation of the classic racer and it debuted at the 2002 Detroit Auto Show. Not many cars can be described in two letters, but a Ford GT evokes more emotion and desire than almost any other sports car for sale. Ford Motor Company was approaching a centennial celebration, so they decided to commission several concept cars for the festivities.

2005-2006 Ford GT Price Comparison

In 2005, the MSRP was a relative bargain with a sticker price of $149,995 but dealers and collectors knew the limited production model would only increase in value. Dealers were quick to adjust their listing prices, and some cars approached a quarter-million dollars before they were ever produced. In comparison, a 2005 Lamborghini Murcielago had a starting price of almost $320,000.

2005-2006 Ford GT Overview

Many auto journalists and Ford enthusiasts loved the concept, but they were quick to chastise the designers for building such a beautiful concept that would never see the light of day. In a move that shocked the world, Ford announced the car would be produced in limited numbers, to be released in the 2005 model year. Ford Motor Company was founded in 1903 by Henry Ford and is one of the most powerful automobile corporations in the world. With an emphasis on building affordable transportation for American workers, Ford introduced the 40-hour workweek and salary compensation above the national average in order to keep his workers building the best cars and trucks on the market. Company headquarters are in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn, but Ford assembly plants can be found on every inhabited continent.

2005-2006 Ford GT Production

The scarcity of the Ford GT is a key factor in its appreciation in value. In 2005, only 2,027 units were produced, followed by 2,011 units in 2006, making these cars exceptionally rare. The limited production run meant that spare parts, initially set aside for crash repairs, were rapidly exhausted. Given the Ford GT's impressive performance capabilities, it's no surprise that many were lost to accidents, leaving owners to consider securing a donor vehicle for parts in case of mishaps. In total, only 4,038 Ford GTs were ever built, turning them into highly sought-after collectibles. Enthusiasts and collectors often scoured classifieds for wrecked GTs, either for spare parts or as a lucrative opportunity in the retail parts market.

Moreover, specific features and upgrades contribute to the desirability and value of these cars. Options such as racing stripes, the McIntosh sound system, forged alloy wheels, and painted brake calipers were highly coveted, adding $13,500 to the base MSRP. The 2006 Heritage Edition, in particular, stands out with its nod to Ford's illustrious racing past, adorned in the iconic Ford GT Gulf Livery colors, making it a prized possession for collectors and aficionados of Ford's racing heritage.

2005-2006 Ford GT Horsepower, Dimensions, Specs and Performance

In an era moving away from the traditional big-block V8 engines, Ford’s Special Vehicle Team ingeniously merged the 5.4L block from the F150 with the dual overhead cam cylinder heads from the Cobra R, and incorporated a Lysholm style supercharger. This innovative combination unleashed a formidable 550 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque. The all-aluminum V8 engine was paired with a close-ratio six-speed manual transaxle, featuring a 3.36 final drive ratio. The result was a breathtaking top speed of 205 mph, catapulting the supercar into the realm of the world’s most elite automobiles. Its design boasted a 106.7-inch wheelbase and stood just 44.3 inches tall, ensuring a low and aggressive stance. The use of aluminum-intensive construction not only enhanced the car's agility but also enabled it to achieve a blistering 0-60 mph time of 3.3 seconds, maintaining first gear throughout the acceleration.

2005-2006 Ford GT Interior

Ford opted for a path less traveled when it came to the Ford GT's interior, eschewing the common practice of recycling interior components across models for cost-saving measures. Instead, Ford committed to exclusivity and luxury, adorning the GT's cabin with high-quality leather and precisely machined aluminum. They went a step further by partnering with McIntosh for the vehicle's audio system, ensuring an auditory experience that matches the car's performance prowess. Significant effort was invested in the ergonomics and aesthetic appeal of the interior, resulting in a driving environment that is not only visually stunning but also exceptionally comfortable. The six-speed shifter stands out for its precision and light touch, especially notable in the 3-4 gate with its robust return to center. Meanwhile, the hydraulic clutch pedal offers predictable engagement, though its firmness might challenge less experienced drivers.

2005-2006 Ford GT Maintenance

With such a solid foundation, the aftermarket quickly realized the potential of the 5.4L V8, since it shared many parts with the Mustang and F150 models. If you can change your own oil, the GT is your next car. The rear-mounted powertrain is remarkably easy to service. Even a new clutch wouldn't be too difficult to tackle for the shade tree mechanic. Tire technology has changed greatly over the past decade, so installing new rubber would be one of the greatest upgrades you could make. 

2017 New Ford GT

Enthusiasts of Ford Racing are celebrating the brand's resurgence on the global stage. The 2017 Ford GT has quickly established itself as a formidable competitor in racing circuits. Nestled within the depths of Ford's Product Development Center in Dearborn, there existed a highly confidential room that remained inaccessible for over 14 months, its entry limited to a select group of top executives and senior design team members. In collaboration with 3D artists from Microsoft, this exclusive development process culminated in the car's digital debut as a drivable vehicle in Microsoft's Forza 6 on Xbox, marking a unique blend of real-world engineering prowess and virtual gaming excitement.

2017 Ford GT Price

Given the intricate and demanding nature of its construction, Ford has capped the production of the 2017 model year at just 250 units. Prospective owners are required to go through an application process directly with Ford to be considered for purchase, sparking a flurry of activity on social media as videos detailing the application journey became widely shared and discussed. While the anticipated price for the Ford GT is set at $485,000, it is anticipated that dealers will apply a "market adjustment" to the final sale price, reflecting the vehicle's exclusivity and demand.

2017 Ford GT Engine

The most remarkable feature of the GT is its power generation method, which took the automotive world by surprise. The GT is equipped with a twin-turbo 3.5L V6 engine from Ford's EcoBoost range. Despite some initial skepticism regarding its smaller size, the performance metrics speak volumes. The 2017 GT delivers more than 600 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque, showcasing its prowess. This engine shares its core technology and design principles with the powertrains found in the 2017 Ford Raptor and Taurus SHO, highlighting its pedigree and performance capabilities.

2017 Ford GT Specs/Dimensions/Performance

The secretive design team known as Ford's Skunkworks had several goals for the return of Ford's halo car. Their primary focus was to build a car with the best power-to-weight ratio in the industry. To do this, extensive use of carbon fiber was employed to achieve a curb weight under 2,900 lbs. This is achieved with a narrow cockpit flanked by flying buttresses that connect the rear quarter panels to the roof. Production details are being fine-tuned on race tracks around the world in order to make sure the 2017 GT is a force to be reckoned with.

2017 Ford GT Interior

Another area where weight was shed is in the Spartan carbon fiber interior. Eliminating any unnecessary components, Ford even dispensed with seat tracks. The heavy stamped steel seat tracks were ditched in favor of integrating the seats into the floor pan. Pedals and controls are adjustable for driver comfort. The dash has a numbered plaque to display the car’s production number and rarity. The most important controls are within easy reach of the steering wheel in order to keep distractions to a minimum. Whereas its predecessor had aluminum trim throughout, it is clear to see that the 2017 GT was built to perform.

2017 Carbon Fiber

Ford has revolutionized the production of its first predominantly composite vehicle, the GT, by employing carbon fiber for its unibody structure, fenders, seats, dashboard, and even the wheels. This innovation was made possible by assembling the finest minds in the industry, leading to significant advancements in its production process. Unlike traditional methods that required complicated weaving and new tooling, the 2017 GT's construction mainly relies on hand-laid layers of carbon fiber. This technique is a nod to the Ford GT40, an homage to their first race-winning supercar, celebrating Ford's centennial. The concept versions showcased in auto shows during 1995 and 2002 paved the way for the production prototype unveiled in 2003, leading to a limited production run starting in 2005, which saw demand far outstrip supply, with many units selling for significantly over the original MSRP.

Fast forward to the introduction of the second-generation GT at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, with production commencing in 2016 and a notable entry into the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans to mark the 50th anniversary of the original car's victory. Ford's meticulous approach to weight reduction, such as utilizing advanced glass technology for a lighter and thinner windshield, and the introduction of the '66 Ford GT Heritage Edition to pay tribute to the historic Le Mans victory, underscore the GT's blend of performance and heritage. With a production limit set to 1,000 units over four years, selected through a rigorous application process, the GT, powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine, represents the pinnacle of American supercar engineering, rekindling the spirit of American muscle with modern innovation and respect for its illustrious past.

2019 Ford GT

Whether you're a seasoned car enthusiast or a newcomer to the automotive world, the 2019 Ford GT stands out with its aggressively stylish exterior that signals its powerful capabilities. The design retains the iconic angular curves and bold lines synonymous with the Ford GT lineage, updated for the newest model to further enhance its aerodynamics. These design choices aren't just for show; they play a crucial role in complementing the staggering 647 horsepower produced by the twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine. This latest iteration of the Ford GT benefits significantly from a reduction in weight compared to its predecessors, a strategic move that markedly improves both performance and handling. Despite these enhancements, the GT maintains its exhilarating top speed of 216 MPH, a testament to its engineering excellence.

The 2019 model also introduces a revamped interior, marking a significant departure from previous designs. The new cabin is a blend of form and function, featuring high-quality materials such as genuine leather complemented by contrasting stitching, offering both comfort and luxury. This all-new interior design not only elevates the driving experience but also ensures that the inside of the GT is as striking as its exterior. These updates and improvements underscore Ford's commitment to evolving the GT's legacy, merging traditional elements with cutting-edge technology and design to create a vehicle that excels in both performance and aesthetics.

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