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4,500 GTs originally planned, approximately 100 were to be exported to Europe, starting in late 2005. An additional 200 were destined for sale in Canada. Production ended in 2006 without reaching the planned lot. Approximately 550 were built in 2004, nearly 1,900 in 2005, and just over 1,600 in 2006, for a grand total of 4,038. The final 11 car bodies manufactured by Mayflower Vehicle Systems were disassembled, and the frames and body panels were sold as service parts.

Like many exotic vehicles, when the Ford GT was first released, the demand outpaced supply, and the cars initially sold for premium prices. A few other early cars sold for as much as a US$100,000 premium over the suggested retail price of $139,995 (Ford increased the MSRP to $149,995 on July 1, 2005). Optional equipment available included a McIntosh sound system, racing stripes, painted brake calipers, and forged alloy wheels adding $13,500 to the MSRP

The production run of 4,038 GTs ended the 2006 model year on September 21, 2006, short of the originally planned 4,500. The Wixom Assembly Plant has stopped production of all models as of May 31, 2007. Sales of the GT continued into 2007, from cars held in storage and in dealer inventories.

The GT won Top Gear’s Gas Guzzler of the Year award in 2005.

Car Specs:

  • 3800 Miles
  • 1 Owner Title * Collector *
  • Lightweight Forged BBS – $4500.00
  • Painted Brake Calipers – $900.00
  • Painted Racing Stripe – $6,000.00
  • MSRP $198,995.00

Manufacturer: Ford Motor Company
Production: 2004-2006 (4,038 units)
Model years: 2005–2006
Assembly: Wixom, Michigan, United States
Layout: RMR layout
Engine: 5.4 L Supercharged Modular V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Wheelbase: 106.7 in (2,710 mm)
Length: 182.8 in (4,640 mm)
Width: 76.9 in (1,950 mm)
Height: 44.3 in (1,130 mm)
Curb weight: 3,351 lb (1,520 kg)