When Ford debuted the current GT, it was an ultra-exclusive supercar offered only to its most demanding customers. The new owners signed a contract saying they would not resell the car for two years, something Ford took very seriously. He even got John Cena with a lawsuit. It meant that the first years of allocation landed only in the hands of Ford’s most loyal customers and buyers. As, for example, RTR Vehicles founder and Ford-backed professional drifter, Vaughn Gittin Jr.
This car, a 2018 model finished in Lead Foot gray from the $ 30,000 option extended color palette, was Gittin’s personal GT. The car was the star of a video series for Ford Performance when he got it in 2018. Since then it has been driven just under 2,000 miles and remains in pristine condition.
Although the car is now on display with the OEM wheels, the auction also includes a Gittin RTR Aero 5 wheelset with bright green highlights. If installed, they would make the relatively conservative gray GT instantly recognizable as a Gittin car.
The car is currently listed in Bring a trailer, where the auction ends on Monday. The offer is already $ 777,777, well above the original MSRP of $ 515,200. Latest Ford GT they come with some minor improvements on these original models and the opportunity to customize the car to the owner’s taste. Would you pay more for a slightly slower GT with a great performance provenance?
Disclaimer: Bring a Trailer is owned by Road and track parent company, Hearst Autos.
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