I just received the Discovery Channel DVD, Rebuilding a Race Car Legend: Ford GT. I watched it and am still in "shock and awe" over this car. I just had to go out to the garage and sit in it and reflect on the DVD, the history, and the art all around me. In doing this, I wondered, "What did Ford get, when it was all said and done, from building the FGT?" They probably didn't make much money. What about PR? Advance the technology of building cars? I think at the end of the day, they did it mostly from the pure enthusiastic joy of producing another classic. I have not met the Ford executives, and I know many of you have. So, what is your sense? Why did Ford build this marvelous car for the lucky ones? Enthusiasm, commercialism, celebration of a birthday, money, or all the above. What's your take?