2006 Ford GT for Sale

2006 Ford GT for Sale
If you are looking for a 2006 Ford GT for sale, you will appreciate a brief introduction to its history before we proceed with this review. The Ford Motor Company has been the leader when it comes to the American automotive industry. In its quest to maintain this position, it has worked to make a footprint both in the country as well as internationally. This is exactly how the Ford GT 40, ancestor to the Ford GT came to being. The Ford GT 40 was manufactured back in the sixties as a race car designed to outclass all other participating cars in Le Mans 24 hour race. This endurance race car vehicle from Ford more than achieved its goals as it produced the first, second and third finishers in its first year and won the race for three consecutive years as well.
It is this car that was redesigned to be street legal, as the Ford GT.
The Ford GT carries most of the design elements seen in the GT 40 from way back. The standout features carried from its ancestor included the general body shape made up of the nose, side air vents and canopy roof. However, in the 2006 Ford GT for sale was made to be wider, higher and slightly bigger. The BBS alloy rims on all Ford GT for sale are used with Goodyear Eagle F1 tires. Exterior options include the double racing stripes and colored brake calipers.
The interior of the 2006 Ford GT for sale is made up of a mix of both traditional and modern design. The equipment is arranged like it was on the traditional race car including an oversized rev counter and toggle switches for the headlights and other features. However, buyers will also find a huge selection of modern high tech equipment including the dashboard and Azdel SuperLite Composite lower tunnel portions. This technology was first used in the manufacture of automobiles in the Ford GT.
Engine and Transmission
The 2006 Ford GT for sale comes with a four valve 5.8 liter V8. The motor comes with an aluminum block and has a twin screw type Lysholm supercharger attached. The 550 HP is transferred to the rear wheel through a six-speed Ricardo manual transmission, which comes with a limited slip differential.
To get an idea of what this translated to on the road, the 2006 Ford GT for sale can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. The top speed is limited to 205 mph electronically. The car makes the quarter mile in 11.2 seconds.
Only 4,038 units of the Ford GT were ever produced for sale. To get a 2006 Ford GT for sale in top condition will set you back several hundred thousand dollars today.