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4.25 stars

Based on 5 reviews

The Ford Gt by Alex
 — My buddy in Lethbridge took delivery of this GT and promptly found out he couldnt drive stick... LOL LOL LOL so i drove it to his house for him... I tought him to drive stick on a pos Civic we b... Read More
Excellent Near Maintainence Free Supercar That Never Ceases To Impress by erniesauto24
 — Stunning body lines, ice cold air conditioning, 6 speed = 20+ MPG highway, 200+ MPH supercar that can hang with Ferrari's finest, great big brakes, tires are all sorts of awful when temperatures below... Read More
The Beast by Michael
 — the steering is too loose. the car is capacious for two but no more. but it cost alot to maintain. It was expensive to buy considering it was only made for two years but i think it was worth it. Read More

2005 Ford GT Overview

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Based on 5 reviews

2005 Ford GT

Ford decided to celebrate its 100th birthday by doing something crazy -- expanding beyond its conservative sedans and heavy duty trucks to revive its race-winning GT from the 1960s.  The new supercar 2005 Ford GT pays homage to the GT40 that took Le Mans by storm, but adds more comfort and sophistication for modern drivers.  The rear-wheel drive coupe features a supercharged, mid-mounted 5.4-liter, 500-hp V8 with 500 lb-ft of torque.  The extra power is to accommodate the heavier weight of the GT, as compared to the GT40, without sacrificing speed. A 6-speed manual transmission is standard, and top speeds hit 207 mph.

The new GT features innovations such as aluminum body panels, but pays homage to the GT40 with its low-slung muscular profile.  18 inches longer, and four inches taller, with nearly an inch more headroom, the 2005 Ford GT comes with leather seats, ABS brakes, power features, and a CD player, but keeps the instrument panel setup from the GT40.  Twin hood scoops are supplemented by side scoops, 18-inch and 19-inch wheels keep a good grip on the road, and Brembo brakes are large and responsive.

Ford's new exotic car comes only in red with a twin racing stripe down the middle, just to let people know this really is a sports car.  Unfortunately, the 2005 GT is also very rare, as only around 1500 were made, and most of these were scooped up by Ford employees or dealers.  The idea was that scarcity would build up its mystique, and thereby increase its overall appeal.  The few owners out there are giddy with the V8 power and performance, and easily overlook the low fuel economy, high sticker price, uncomfortable seats, and the gaudy striping.


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Fuel Pump And Fuel Filter

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