Public service announcement: List of Ford GTs at upcoming auctions (with links)


nid4spd

FORD GT OWNER
Jun 3, 2006
42
Just curious
 

centerpunch

GT Owner
Mark II Lifetime
Sep 16, 2005
765
OH/NC
Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

All are being sold at no reserve on Saturday Jan 18th- it will be interesting.
(The GT40 replicas are on Friday)

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NGT


2017, red/white, 141 miles, ex Ford VP owner
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2017-FORD-GT-237322

2017, green, 538 miles
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2017-FORD-GT-235962

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Ford GT


2005, black/silver, 3400 miles
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2005-FORD-GT-236196

2005, red/white, 4800 miles
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2005-FORD-GT-237414

2005 blue/silver stripes, 4100 miles Owned by Neil Ressler, has silver stripes instead of normal white
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2005-FORD-GT-235182

2005 silver, serial number 0003, stripe delete, 5600 miles
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2005-FORD-GT-VIN-003-235968

2006 yellow/black, 1111 miles
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2006-FORD-GT-236655

2006 red/white, 29 miles
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2006-FORD-GT-236700

2006 blue/white, 3400 miles
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2006-FORD-GT-238387

2006 blue/white, 8100 miles
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2006-FORD-GT-237135

2006 Heritage, 2400 miles
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/2006-FORD-GT-HERITAGE-EDITION-236605

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GT40 replicas


maker not stated, red/white, 305 ci, Gurney bubble
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1965-FORD-GT40-RE-CREATION-238701

CAV, blue/white, Keith Black 347 ci,
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1966-FORD-GT40-RE-CREATION-238526

Superformance, silver, 5.4 ohc supercharged, Ricardo transmission from 2005 Ford GT
https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1966-FORD-GT40-MARK-I-RE-CREATION-239030
 
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centerpunch

GT Owner
Mark II Lifetime
Sep 16, 2005
765
OH/NC
Mecum Kissimmee

Unlike the BJ auction, I think these cars all have reserves.

The cars with lot numbers beginning with "F" are being auctioned on Friday Jan 10th,
the lots beginning with "S" are being auctioned on Saturday Jan 11th.


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NGT

2017 blue, ex John Cena

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Ford GTs

2005 white/blue, 2 miles

2005 black no stripe, 315 miles

2005 red/white, 505 miles

2005 no details

2006 white/blue 7900 miles

2006 Heritage 640 miles

2006 Heritage 4900 miles, signed by Carroll Shelby's wife lol

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GT40 replicas

Superformance Ken Miles car from Ford v Ferrari movie


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Genuine GT40

1965 Ford GT competition roadster, ex Dean Jeffries
 
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Joe Dozzo

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May 22, 2006
655
Canon City, CO
Thanks, you are the best! Bought my 06 based on your original guide.
 

twobjshelbys

GT Owner
Jul 26, 2010
5,268
Las Vegas, NV
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2006 Heritage 4900 miles, signed by Carroll Shelby's wife lol

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This was my car (I know because of Cleo and Bondurant signatures). Sold at BJ in October for 295K+10% so someone thinks they can flip it for a profit. Never drove it. I had 4925 on it when I drove it 8 miles to the Mandalay Bay and the rest were "moving around" the hotel parking lots.

It looks to me like the two Heritages were photographed at the same location.
 
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Stef

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Apr 5, 2009
856
Southern California
I don't remember this many GT'S anytime at BJ.
Centerpunch, could post here what they sell for after the auction?
 

Shark01

GT Owner
Jul 22, 2012
261
Houston Texas
Thanks center punch....I'll be watching the 7k mile white one.....being poor sucks...LOL.
 

Shark01

GT Owner
Jul 22, 2012
261
Houston Texas
Can you do the same thing for Mecum Kissimmee?

Also, is there anyone here who can serve as a broker/bidder for an absentee buyer? Mostly just curiosity as my budget does not generally support the 10k mile and less cars....except maybe the 8k mile blue one.
 

centerpunch

GT Owner
Mark II Lifetime
Sep 16, 2005
765
OH/NC
This was my car (I know because of Cleo and Bondurant signatures). Sold at BJ in October for 295K+10% so someone thinks they can flip it for a profit.
Whoa, so if they paid $324.5, if the seller fee is 8% the car would have to hammer for $353 (with the buyer paying $388) just to get close to breaking even.

I would be surprised if that happened, but I guess surprises happen at auctions pretty often.
 
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BtwoG

GT Owner
Dec 8, 2013
890
Atlanta, GA
Somewhat ironic that the Ford VP sat on his/her car for 2 years without driving it and then sold it. Seems like the exact opposite of what Ford was trying to accomplish with the car.
 

twobjshelbys

GT Owner
Jul 26, 2010
5,268
Las Vegas, NV
Whoa, so if they paid $324.5K, the car would have to hammer for over $350 (with the buyer paying over $385) just to get close to breaking even.

I would be surprised if that happened, but I guess surprises happen at auctions pretty often.
Ha ! I had just put the math in but you beat me... I think they are looking back a year ago at BJ Scottsdale where a bunch of Heritages approached or exceeded 500K. I think those days are long gone.
 
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AJB

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Jun 28, 2006
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Thanks. Great info. Will be watching!
Andy (ajb)
 

centerpunch

GT Owner
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Sep 16, 2005
765
OH/NC
I also think most of the big number sales have been for cars with VERY low miles. If you buy a car with 100 miles, mentally you can pretend it is a new car- a virgin.
 

twobjshelbys

GT Owner
Jul 26, 2010
5,268
Las Vegas, NV
Can you do the same thing for Mecum Kissimmee?

Also, is there anyone here who can serve as a broker/bidder for an absentee buyer? Mostly just curiosity as my budget does not generally support the 10k mile and less cars....except maybe the 8k mile blue one.
You can register to pay as a phone bidder. But you really want to be there to look at the car you're interested in and to arrange a PPI in the few days before. You'd have to have all of that lined up in advance so whoever you get the PPI can travel. There are a couple of people local that could do it for you.
 

Stef

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Thanks for this posting.
 

twobjshelbys

GT Owner
Jul 26, 2010
5,268
Las Vegas, NV
Somewhat ironic that the Ford VP sat on his/her car for 2 years without driving it and then sold it. Seems like the exact opposite of what Ford was trying to accomplish with the car.
That was true for mere mortals who went through the application process, but most likely the VPs were granted the car as part of compensation for participating in the program.
 

centerpunch

GT Owner
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Sep 16, 2005
765
OH/NC
Can you do the same thing for Mecum Kissimmee?
Done.

Both auctions have now been combined into this thread, see above.
 
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Shark01

GT Owner
Jul 22, 2012
261
Houston Texas
Thanks....I'll watch those as well.
 

twobjshelbys

GT Owner
Jul 26, 2010
5,268
Las Vegas, NV
The Mecum Heritage observation: The low miles car has a range of 350-450K. My old car with 4935 has a range of 375-425K. It's odd the low miles car has a lower starting range and a wider spread.
 

centerpunch

GT Owner
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Sep 16, 2005
765
OH/NC
Oh, I see the two threads have been combined- makes sense.