Why Buy A New Ford GT When You Can Get This Red-Blooded One?

This one is powered by a beastly V8.

We’re extremely excited for the 2017 Ford GT. The supercarlooks amazing and will have the ability to keep up with some of the best supercarsfrom around the world. However, with a price tag of roughly $400,000 and alimited run of only 250 units, getting or even seeing a GT is almostimpossible. If you’re worried about getting into a new GT and want a more brutalV8-powered supercar, then what’s wrong with this 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition?Cats Exotics in Lynnwood, WA has not one, but two of these special models in stock.

In 2006, Ford created a HeritageEdition of the GT to pay homage to the Le Mans-winning GT40. Only 343 HeritageEditions were built and Cats Exotics has two of them for sale. The number 4 GTHeritage Edition only has 7,617 miles on it and looks like it’s in incredibleshape. Unlike the upcoming GT, this orange and blue supercar is powered by asupercharged 5.4-liter V8 that produces a whopping 550 hp. The V8 is capable ofpushing the vehicle to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds and onto a top speed of 205 mph. Withan asking price of roughly $375K, this Heritage Edition is still appreciating, highlydesirable and is currently available. There’s no need to fill out anapplication or wait for this American supercar.

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