2005 | Ford | GT
7,970 miles | $299,900 – $339,000
Listing Period Ends:
Finished in the highly desired black stripe-delete exterior, over a black Interior, and the upgraded BBS wheels from the factory. Heffner Twin Turbo Version 2 currently installed. All original parts are included in this sale. Approximately $80K in tasteful modifications, including the following: * Heffner Twin Turbo System producing 750-850hp on pump gas, up to 1,000 rear wheel hp on race gas. * Heffner bumper delete exhaust. * Upgraded clutch. * Safe Craft Fire Suppression system. * Turbosmart in cabin boost controller, allows driver to change boost level/horsepower with one button * Transmission cooler. * Bumper delete kit. * Red brake calipers. * Custom Ford GT engine dress up kit. * Clear bra on the nose and Lower body/rocker panels from front to rear. * Capable of 250+MPH
- Paint Color: Mark II Black Clearcoat
- Livery, Designations, etc.: No stripe, one of only 220.
- Front Tire/Wheel Size: 235/45/18
- Rear Tire/Wheel Size: P315/40/19
- Exterior Description/Details:
Finished in the highly desired black, and extremely unique stripe-delete exterior, over a black interior. The vehicle still has factory chalk marks displayed on the hood of the car, signifying Ford used hood #838 on the production line. The GT was designed to pay homage to its predecessor with a larger heat extractor in the front to support large front radiators, larger rear air ducts for better engine and transmission cooling, and vents on the rear glass to extract heat out of the engine compartment. It features doors that open with a portion of the roof attached for an easier entry and exit, which is a design straight from the original GT (as seen in the movie Ford vs Ferrari). The engine compartment opens rearward to expose the entire rear all-aluminium space frame, tires, and engine, which is also a throwback to the original GT, in addition to making it easy to access the engine. The car has the OEM forged BBS wheels wrapped in Bridgestones, Brembo calipers, and cross drilled and vented rotors. The car was delivered from the factory with a rear ducktail spoiler integrated into the engine compartment. The vehicle is 18 inches longer and 4 inches taller than the original Ford GT.
- Seat Color: Black
- Carpet Color: Black
- Passenger Capacity: 2
- Seatbelt Color: Black
- Dashboard Color: Black
- Headliner Color: Black
- Brushed Aluminum Elements: Yes
- Interior Description/Details:
Passenger-side fire extinguisher for track days when required. Hot buttons for changing boost on the fly, allow the driver to modify the boost and horsepower at the touch of a button. The vehicle still has factory protective plastic side door sill wraps. The GT designers used the instrument cluster layout that was on the original GT from the 1960s. A large tachometer sits in the center of the gauges along with other analog information gauges that run across the dash. The toggle switches control the lights, fog lights, rear defroster, dimmer for the interior lights, and hazard lights. The factory ventilated seats also pay homage to the classic car, but very efficiently extract heat away from the seat occupant.
- Horsepower: 750-850hp on pump gas (91 & 93 octane) and up to 1000 rear-wheel horsepower (C-16 racing fuel)
- 0 – 60 MPH (0 – 62 MPH/100KPH): 2.7s
- Top Speed: Capable of 250+mph (Owner)
- Torque: 950 lb-ft
- Transmission Type: Manual
- Forward Speeds: 6
- Paddle Shifters: No
- Engine Description/Details: The original configuration of the engine in this car Ford's modular 5.4 liter V8 with 550 horsepower and 500 lb/ft of torque. Ford was said to be aiming to best a Viper in a straight line, get around a track faster than a Ferrari. Just like the 289s and 427s in the original Ford GT, the engineers used a design from a production Ford that existed at the time: the 5.4L DOHC modular design from the Lincoln Navigator. Ford redesigned the production version of that engine to get the numbers they hoped to achieve. It has an all aluminum block, dry-sump oiling system, and a was fitted at the factory with screw-type supercharger. The accessory drive, intercooler, and cylinder heads are unique to the Ford GT. Ford achieved their goals in a straight line and around the track, and the 5.4L mod motor will go down in Ford's history. The particular car has been modified with a Stage 2 Heffner Twin Turbo system, replacing the stock supercharger. The engine currently produces between 750 and 850 horsepower on pump gas, and up to 1000 rear-wheel horsepower on race gas . An aftermarket dry-sump oil system was added with two dry sumps to handle the twin-turbo power and to prevent oil starvation. The original supercharger and all other stock parts to return the vehicle to original condition are included with the car, and are fully functional.
Slightly signs of usage from normal driving.
There are slight signs of wear from normal use, including two small marks on the center console. Over, the interior of this car is in excellent condition and has been extremely well cared for.
Quirks and Secrets
The vehicle is 18 inches longer and 4 inches taller than the original Ford GT.