Graham Rahal's One-Of-A-Kind Ford GT Is A $1 Million Beauty

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And it's up for grabs.

If you happen to be in the market for a rare, $1-million pre-owned supercar, you could do a lot worse than this one.

As you can see, it's a Ford GT - a one-of-a-kind 2018 example painted in a fetching metallic hue called "Deep Purple," with Ingot Silver Le Mans stripes, at that. But it's not just any Ford GT; it's owned by famed IndyCar driver Graham Rahal, son of Bobby Rahal - winner of the 1986 Indy 500. The car is listed on Graham's own website, Graham Rahal Performance, with just 1,210 miles on the odometer.

Graham Rahal Performance
Graham Rahal Performance
Graham Rahal Performance
Graham Rahal Performance

Being a 2018 example, we can assume that unless it's been fiddled with, this GT is making the same 647 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque that all pre-2020 cars left the factory with, courtesy of a race-proven twin-turbocharged 3.5L V6. When optioning his car, Rahal made the smart choice to select the carbon-fiber wheels, finished with a gloss clear coat and held fast with lightweight titanium lug nuts, sitting in front of a set of silver Brembo monobloc brake calipers. The interior was optioned with Ford's simple, elegant Dark Energy scheme.

The exact asking price listed on Graham Rahal's website is $1,095,000, which is roughly two times the original MSRP without options - typical for what we've seen from the GT on the secondhand market.

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Graham Rahal Performance
Graham Rahal Performance
Graham Rahal Performance
Graham Rahal Performance

When new, the current-generation Ford GT had some of the most restrictive buyer requirements in the industry. One had to be hand-picked by Ford for the right to buy the half-million-dollar supercar, based on his or her ability to demonstrate that they would be an effective brand ambassador and would actually use the car, instead of letting it sit and grow value tucked away in a garage. And before taking ownership, each buyer had to sign an agreement guaranteeing that they wouldn't try to resell the car for at least two years.

Considering all that, it's little wonder that the Le Mans-winning supercar is now worth roughly twice what it cost brand new.

Graham Rahal Performance
Graham Rahal Performance
Graham Rahal Performance
Graham Rahal Performance

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