Have a 2017 Ford GT for sale on Bring an intro right away. That in itself, is not all special. There have been dozens 2nd generation GT for sale on the site. However, there’s one thing that sets this liquid blue GT apart – it has over 50,000 miles on the clock.
That’s huge for a car of this type, as you can imagine. In fact, that’s an average of about 10,000 miles per year. Someone has been driving this car every day for 5 years. That damn rock.
There’s no way to know the average mileage of either of these cars, but it’s safe to say it’s likely a fraction of what this owner put in. GT. They seem to be one of the few people who actually do what Ford hopes will happen with cars: get used to.
The company has conceived that its cars are not just for collectors, so much so that they have put in place a pretty aggressive anti-roll contract that forces buyers to keep their cars for at least two years before selling. they. In reality, Ford even sued John Cena for trying to flip his GT. Above all, Blue Oval pulls a Ferrari, and even hand-pick Who will take the car? You have to submit a video app and everything. It’s pretty wild.
Anyway, back to our lovely 50,000 mile GT. Ford clearly picked the right buyer when it came to this example. The pictures on the listing aren’t the greatest, but it seems to be well taken care of despite the high-for-this-type-of-car mileage.
In fact, the only bit of strangeness on the whole car is the two leather patches on the 10 and 2 of the steering wheel that cover the wheel’s alcantara finish.
The owner also added “Ford Racing” decals under the butterfly doors that are visible when they’re opened. It’s a boomer move, but I guess it’s sort of par for the course.
The rest of the car is fairly neat and tidy. The interior isn’t the cleanest, but it’s probably better than most 50,000 mile 2017 Ford products.
Oh, and as a fun little bonus: the current owner didn’t register their car in Montana, which means they probably paid taxes for it.
Mechanically, the 3.5-liter twin-turbo that pumps out 647 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque through a 7-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox seems to be holding up rather well. Why wouldn’t they? At the end of the day, it’s a Ford.
It’ll be interesting to see where this GT ends up in terms of a sale price. So far, 33 GT 2nd generationalready listed on Bring an intro. The ones that have been sold range in price from around $825,000 to $1.3 million. Apparently, the average price has been going up since the recent car price bubble formed.
This particular GT MSRP was priced at $485,250 when it first launched in 2017. As of the date of this article’s publication, the bid is $350,000 with 8 more days to go. Good luck. Buy this Ford GT and enjoy it as much as the first owner did.