RM Auctions, the world’s largest collector car auction house, kick starts its annual Sports & Classics of Monterey sale on August 12th with a special evening auction devoted exclusively to “the company that put the world on wheels”: the Ford Motor Company. The cars listed for auction start with a 1903 Ford Model A Rear-Entry Tonneau and go up to a 2004 Ford Mustang GT-R Concept.

The GT-R Concept was unveiled at the April 2004 New York International Auto Show, this example was built as a tribute to 40 years of Mustang performance. RM Auction announced an estimated selling price between $250,000 - $350,000.

The concept is powered by Ford’s OHC modular V8 engine that develops a total of 440 HP and is mated to a TTC T-56 six-speed transmission. It comes painted in a bright Valencia Orange paint inspired by the Grabber Orange hue of the 1970 Boss 302 Trans Am cars.


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  (379) posted on 09.26.2010

I wouldn’t mind bringing some of those old concepts to life, so long as they follow the new design direction featured on the MKR, MKT, and Concept C concepts.

  (798) posted on 09.9.2010

what a lovely piece of machine, I really like what they did here. dang.. I’m really falling for it.

  (939) posted on 09.5.2010

This concept really shows potential or pure power and shear speed. Packing a V8 engine with a total of 440HP

  (1333) posted on 08.5.2010

I remember this, still looks awesome. Hey Ford, side exhausts on the stock Mustangs, now

  (247) posted on 07.21.2010

This baby is now up for grabs... so what are you waiting for guys.. get it while it’s hot..

  (647) posted on 07.20.2010

The auction will be held at the former venue of 2010 New York International Autoshow. See u there!

  (708) posted on 07.19.2010

Pretty cool concept, they don’t even change the muscle’s on this car, beside they add more muscles. Perfect, this car looks so arrogant and simply humble. I like that!

  (515) posted on 07.18.2010

dang. i really want to have it. but i bet this baby is kinda high bid.

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