Remember when Ford had a difficult time finding buyers for its GT40 Mk I road car?


RickH

GT Owner
Mar 5, 2015
426
Florida
Double in value in 4 years is an 18% annual return per year, not too shabby.
 

STORMCAT

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May 25, 2006
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Ft. Lauderdale
I was to young to remember that !! :biggrin
 

Awsum GT

GT Owner '05 & '18
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Sep 17, 2005
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Central California
I remember when the 1st Model T rolled off the line. We watched from across the street. Ours was the third one. We picked all 3 options... black paint, wood wheels and a polished engine crank.
 
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sr71

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May 22, 2007
448
Calgary, Great White
I remember when the 1st Model T rolled off the line. We watched from across the street. Ours was the third one. We picked all 3 options... black paint, wood wheels and a polished engine crank.
Since the first Model T was built in 1908, that would make you somewhere on the high side of 106 years old. And still driving! Congratulations!
 

zach05855

GT Owner
Oct 16, 2012
210
Calgary, Alberta
Remember when Ford had a difficult time finding buyers for its GT40 Mk I road car?

GT40 set for Auction

http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2016/02/16/remember-when-ford-had-a-difficult-time-finding-buyers-for-its-gt40-mk-i-road-car/?refer=news
 

Awsum GT

GT Owner '05 & '18
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Sep 17, 2005
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Central California
you are correct! :facepalm::eek:bs
 

Awsum GT

GT Owner '05 & '18
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Sep 17, 2005
3,873
Central California
WOW! 4 years since it sold last and they expect it to double in value again? Hummm....