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    More pictures of my 06 Ford GT Heritage for sale.

    The orange painted new wheels with unused (sticker) Hoosier tires are included in the sale of the car, along with the decals in the original equipment Ford GT package, and the Gulf decals that I have not used on the car yet.

    Thanks for looking,

    Eddie
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    Brochures included with the sale-

    Thanks for looking,

    Eddie
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    Here is a public answer to a private question.


    The GT guys did the install of the big Whipple supercharger with the Accufab throttle body, the Mafia module to allow for the extra boost, a set of cooler spark plugs, and installed the tune with my SCT tuner tool. And they installed my Heffner polished stainless "muffler eliminator" exhaust, and did a maintenance service including fluid changes.

    My next step was going to be install the new orange wheels with the Hoosier slicks and do a dyno run to see if we had more or less than the ~700 hp that the other owners were getting with these same mods.

    But before I got around to putting the slicks on and doing the dyno run, I noticed where the selling prices of these Heritage cars were. I decided to stop putting miles on it, and not exercise this car the way I had originally planned, and instead use my Ariel Atoms and Ultima Can-Am for my high performance/track thrills.









    So I can put the Heritage back to original without ever actually using the extra power that it now has. Since I quit driving it, I have not replaced the original factory-equipped tires. They are the only tires ever on the car. Although they are not worn anywhere close to needing replacement due to wear, they will of course need to be replaced due to age when the car is to be driven again.

    Thanks for the inquiry,

    Cheers,

    Eddie
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    Some of the additional items that are included in the sale-

    Lots of good info, pictures, and history in this rare dealership principal Ford GT Portfolio.

    Thanks for looking,

    Eddie
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