2005 | Ford | GT
2985 miles | $351,453 – $388,448
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Celebrity owned, one of a kind, 2005 Ford GT with 2985 ORIGINAL MILES with all four options, keys, books, window sticker and car cover. A show stopper in Mark II Black with Ebony leather Interior. This very special GT was one of 238 produced of which less that 100 had the four options. This special GT has only been parked in a Private, climate controlled garage and only driven in the hills of Malibu. This GT is part of a large private collection.
- Paint Color: Mark II Black Clearcoat
- Livery, Designations, etc.: Grey Stripes
- Wheel Finish: Matte
- More than 1 set of wheels?: No
- More than 1 set of tires?: No
- Front Tire/Wheel Size: 235/45/18
- Rear Tire/Wheel Size: 315/40/19
- Exterior Description/Details:
The 2005 Ford GT marked Ford’s return to the supercar arena, as an homage to the Ferrari-beating GT40s of the 1960s. The Camilo Pardo design stands four inches taller than the original GT40, and features aluminum body panels, an underbody air splitter, and rear lip spoiler to produce 250 pounds of downforce when traveling at high speeds. This example is one of 238 finished in Mark II Black Clearcoat for the 2005 model year, and is said to be one of fewer than 100 with all four options, including grey racing stripes, and grey painted Brembo brake calipers. The optional forged alloy BBS wheels wear staggered-width Goodyear Eagle tires measuring 235/45/18 up front and 315/40/19 out back. Additional weight-saving design features include an aluminum rear clamshell with a one-piece carbon fiber inner panel.
- Seat Color: Ebony Black
- Contrast Stitching: No
- Carpet Color: Black
- Passenger Capacity: 2
- Seatbelt Color: Black
- Dashboard Color: Black
- Headliner Color: Black
- Wood Elements: No
- Carbon Fibre Elements: Yes
- Brushed Aluminum Elements: Yes
- Steering Wheel: Leather
- Interior Description/Details:
The interior is finished in Ebony with leather covering the door panels, armrest, bulkhead, pillars, and carbon fiber-backed seats. A magnesium center tunnel draws the eye towards the optional $4,000 McIntosh AM/FM/CD player and push-button starter, while a series of toggle switches are mounted within easy reach of the driver. Instrumentation is driver-focused, just like its predecessor, with a center-mounted 8k-rpm tachometer and gauges for monitoring the engine temperature, oil pressure, voltage, boost, and fuel level, as well as a 220-mph speedometer. Air conditioning, remote keyless entry, dual airbags, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel were all standard equipment.
- Engine Location: Rear
- Aspiration: Supercharged
- Hybrid: No
- Horsepower: 550
- 0 – 60 MPH (0 – 62 MPH/100KPH): 3.4
- Top Speed: 205
- Torque: 500
- Transmission Type: Manual
- Forward Speeds: 6
- Drive Wheels: Rear Wheel Drive
- Paddle Shifters: No
- Engine Description/Details: The Eaton-supercharged 5.4-liter modular V8 is paired with a six-speed Ricardo manual transaxle driving the rear wheels, and produced about 550 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque when new. Features include an all-aluminum construction and dry sump lubrication allowing the engine to sit lower within the aluminum space frame chassis, while a limited-slip differential was standard equipment. Period reviews measured the 0-60 time at 3.4 seconds, while 0-186 mph was achieved in 44.3 seconds. Top speed is 205 mph.
Quirks and Secrets
Celebrity-owned. In honor of Ford's 100th anniversary in 2005, the left headlight cluster reads "100."