Priced To Sell
Cool Classics Las Vegas
Las Vegas Location
6623 Schuster St
Las Vegas, NV 89118
Offered for sale is this 2006 Ford GT. Of the 2000-era Ford GTs, none are more sought after than the limited-production Heritage Edition model, like the one we are pleased to offer here. Officially titled the Heritage Paint Livery Package, this $13,000 option was finished on just 343 cars and was only available during the final production year of 2006. The brilliant light blue and orange paint calls back to the famed Gulf Oil sponsored John Wyer Automotive Engineering cars, which won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in both 1968 and 1969. Today, this Heritage Edition Ford GT presents in excellent condition and has received exceptional care for the entirety of its existence. Just about 3,400 miles are recorded on the odometer, and the supercar remains in largely as-new pristine condition with minimal signs of the past decade. The car is offered with owner's manuals along with the window sticker. Given its inimitable heritage, prolific performance, stunning design, and thrilling driving experience, Ford's GT supercar is a unique creation that will undoubtedly be revered for years to come. This particular GT offers a great opportunity to add a particularly rare and well-optioned example to any collection. Considered an "Instant Classic" by many collectors around the world, this 3,400-mile 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition deserves serious consideration. Please feel free to call James Krueger with any questions at 775-629-6167.
-5,408cc DOHC Supercharged V8 Engine
-Electronic Fuel Injection
-550bhp at 6,500rpm
-6-Speed Manual Transaxle
-4-Wheel Independent Suspension
-4-Wheel Disc Brakes
-Extremely well-kept, pristine example
-Very collectible and extremely powerful Supercar
-3,377 original miles
-One of just 343 rare and desirable Heritage Edition examples made
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Information about the 2006 Ford GT
In Ford Motor Company's long and hugely successful history, few events are as memorable and as important as the GT40 racing cars' four consecutive overall victories at Le Mans. Stemming from a failed acquisition of Ferrari, an understandably frustrated Ford enlisted Carroll Shelby and others to build a racing car with one mission: to beat Ferrari at Le Mans. With their goals set high, the GT40 became the most iconic and successful underdog in Le Mans history.
Arriving in prototype form just in time for Ford's centennial celebration in 2003, the Ford GT borrowed heavily from the stunning design and profile of the GT40 and set out on a similar mission: to compete with, and surpass, the established supercars.
The ultra-high performance Ford GT showcases the finest in advanced technologies, constructed on a lightweight aluminum chassis clothed in superplastic-formed lightweight composite and aluminum body panels. Powered by a mid-mounted, hand-built, supercharged quad-cam 550bhp V8 engine mated to a 6-speed manual transaxle and featuring racing derived suspension and braking systems, the GT avails the driver of astounding performance and power.
With this prolific power, the Ford GT will accelerate from 0-60 in about 3.5 seconds, hurtling on to some 205mph before the speed limiter kicks in. When production ceased in 2006, with just over 4,000 Ford GTs produced, the epic Ford had made its mark on automotive history once again—and became an instant collector's car.