Bidding On Tim Allen's Ford GT Is Already At $1 Million

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And the auction isn't over yet.

If you were lucky enough to buy a Ford GT when it first went on sale, you had to sign a strict contract agreeing not to flip it for a profit within the first two years of ownership. John Cena famously broke this agreement and was sued by Ford. But now that more than two years have passed, anyone that bought the first batch of GTs can sell them without fearing Ford's lawyers. This means we get to see how celebrities configured their GT.

Drifting champion Vaughn Gittin Jr. recently sold his 2018 Ford GT finished in Lead Foot Gray with carbon fiber accents. And now actor and comedian Tim Allen is selling his 2017 Ford GT.

Listed for sale on Bring a Trailer, Tim Allen's Ford GT is finished in Ingot Silver with exposed gloss carbon-fiber exterior accents adorning the side skirts, front and rear fascia, side mirrors, and engine bay louvers. A Heffner titanium exhaust system is also fitted and paint-protection film is applied to the bodywork.

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Tim Allen's Ford GT rides on 20-inch gloss carbon-fiber wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires measuring 245/35 at the front and 325/30 at the rear. Providing the stopping power are blue six-piston Brembo calipers with 15.5-inch carbon-ceramic discs at the front and four-piston rear calipers with 14.1-inch rotors.

Tim Allen also opted for the Dark Energy interior package, which includes Sparco bucket seats with a manually reclining carbon fiber shell wrapped in Alcantara, which is also applied to the console, door sills, and dashboard. The multifunction steering wheel is also wrapped in ebony Alcantara and features black aluminum paddle shifters.

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Under the hood is a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 producing 647 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque, paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic sending power to the rear wheels. As shown on a plaque on the dashboard, Tim Allen's car was the 74th GT built for the 2017 model year. Since new, his Ford GT has only been driven around 700 miles.

With a celebrity on the previous owner's list and a low mileage for its age, this Ford GT is already fetching big bucks on the auction site. At the time of writing, the current bid is at $1,000,000 with the auction ending next week.

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