2005 Ford GT Mangled in South Korea


A once beautiful Ford GT has been transformed into a twisted lump of metal.

There's no use crying over spilt milk: true enough. But when a 2005 Ford GT spins into a telephone poll and comes to a premature end, it's time to weep. According to sources close to the sorry scene in Seoul, the driver, uninjured in the accident, was on the phone repeatedly muttering the words 'sorry boss.' Perhaps he was being chastised for missing an important meeting, or worse still maybe he had just written off his boss' beloved muscle car.

Either way the world has lost a car that will likely never see production again and for this alone, a moment of mourning should be observed.

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