Ford will end the production of the GT supercar, after building the last one on Thursday at the Wixom Assembly Plant. A number of 4038 units were built during years. The plant were the GT was produced is to close soon.
The GT was first unveiled as a concept in 2002. It is powered by a 5.4-liter supercharged V-8 engine with an output of 550 hp supercar. It makes the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 3.1 seconds and has a top speed of 205 (...) > Full story
Ford unveiled the all-new 2007 Ford Shelby GT through a behind-the-scenes look at the high-performance Mustang’s development on its “Bold Moves: The Future of Ford” web-based documentary. On Wednesday, Ford confirmed production of the Shelby GT as one of 9 new product introductions coming in the next 6 months for Ford and Lincoln Mercury. The Shelby GT will feature a 4.6-liter V-8 producing 325-horsepower and production will be limited in volume therefore assuring its exclusivity like all Shelby Mustang models. Full story
The same shop who built the fastest street viper -Hefner’s Performance- did it again but with an even sicker car this time: Ford GT.
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This summer marks an important anniversary for fans of motorsport and the Blue Oval. It is the 40 th anniversary of Ford’s historic 1-2-3 finish at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with the famous Ford GT
40. This anniversary will be celebrated in style at the 2006 Le Mans Classic event on July 8 and 9.
On Sunday, June 19, 1966, a trio of sleek Ford GT Mark II endurance racers crossed a rain-soaked finish line at the famous La Sarthe circuit in Le Mans , convincingly achieving Ford’s goal of beating (...) > Full story
Working a life time near cars makes you wishing one. This is way a 57-years-old electrician who work his entire life at the General Motors plant in Janesville made himself a very nice gift: a 175600$ Ford GT Tungsten Limited Edition.
The car is allmost three time his house price, but the car was his big dream, so this didnt stand in his way... probably his wife when swo him at home with the new car has something to say about this...
The car, modeled on the GT race cars of the 1960s, is (...) > Full story
It was in France, in the mid-1960s, that the great American supercar came to life. A low-slung, muscular racing car built to win on the legendary Le Mans race circuit, the Ford GT project was spearheaded by no less a powerhouse than company Chairman and CEO Henry Ford II. His goal was to change performance car history. And he did. The Ford GT race car beat the world’s best in endurance racing, placing 1-2-3 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966 and winning the next three consecutive years. Full story
2006 marks the 40th anniversary of that historic event, the start of Ford’s remarkable four-year winning streak of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. A special limited-edition exterior color, Tungsten Silver, is being offered on the 2006 Ford GT to commemorate that sterling victory.