Does that make it worth $359K?
The last iterationof the Ford GT was built from 2004 to 2006. Within those two years, Fordmanaged to build just 4,038 examples of the supercar, which was short of theoriginal run of 4,500 units. Besides having supercar power, the GT also had a largeprice tag that ranged from $140,000 to $163,500. Fast forward to 2015 and theaverage price of the GT has risen to nearly $356K for vehicles with 3,224miles. While 3,000 miles is still relatively new, this GT on sale in Denver, COhas just nine miles on it.
That’s right. ThisGT is the closest thing to a brand new vehicle out there and is only a fewthousands over the average price at $359K. This specific model is finished inthe highly sought after Mark IV Red over Ebony. Unlike the 2017 Ford GT that’scoming out, this GT comes with a 5.4-liter V8 that makes 550 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque. With that kind of power, the GT was able to get to 60 mph in 3.5seconds. Need more proof that this car is brand new? It still has the originalplastic when it was delivered from the factory. With the new GT on the way,this low-mileage model will only go up in value and is a stellar example of thesupercar.