- 2006 Ford GT
- 1,767 miles
The seller claims a $12,000 service was completed in March 2018. (photo/Barrett-Jackson)
As is now obvious, the prices for the 2005-2006 Ford GTs have nowhere to go but up, especially for super low-mileage examples, which seems to dominate the offerings. Personally, having never actually owned an example of Ford’s All-American, “Everyday” supercar, but having driven the Ford UK press car more miles than many of their long-time owners, and probably more than any journalist in the 2005 to 2006 period. In retrospect, all I can say is what a lost opportunity it was for those owners to have not driven their cars more. Would an extra 1,000 to 2,000 miles more on the clock impact what they ultimately sold their cars for in 2022?
With current-generation Ford GTs now changing hands for seven figures, as a million-dollar 2005-2006 on the immediate horizon? Might it be a 2006 Heritage edition with just delivery mileage, under 25 miles, that will shatter that barrier?
Here at ShiftGate, we await the first 2005-2006 Ford GT to list with us.
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