2006 Ford GT Overview

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4.85 stars

Based on 16 reviews

It Rivals The Chevrolet Corvette On Terms As The Best American Car Ever! by Tom
 — its a pure bred american car with the speed, brakes and handling all put together to provide an unforgettable experience. it looks absolutley fantastic on the inside and the outside and about 190/10 f... Read More
Hey Babe Babe by Cole
 — The car has great overall speed but it has a little to much torqute, if you floor it the tires will just sit there and spind till you let, then it grabs and throws you into your seat. But hey it makes... Read More
Awesome Ride by 2006gt43
 — I love everything about this car the looks the handling the power and the attention that it bring and the memories that it makes i love the way the interior wraps around you and the sound system is pe... Read More

2006 Ford GT Overview

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Based on 16 reviews

2006 Ford GT

Still in the celebratory mode, Ford adds some special edition GTs for the 2006 year to commemorate the original GT40's winning performance in the 1966, '68, and '69 Le Mans endurance races.  The two-seater supercar coupe features a mid-mounted 5.4-liter, 550-hp DOHC V8 and six-speed manual, and sits on 18-inch and 19-inch alloy wheels. Low to the ground, but 18 inches longer than the original GT40, the 2006 Ford GT features more legroom, but only 1 cubic foot of trunk space. The interior is wrapped in leather, including the seats, console, dash, and wheel. Power features and a CD player are also included.

The outside of the 2006 Ford GT is adorned by hood and side scoops, a rear spoiler, and a white stripe down the roof and hood. Round xenon headlights give the nostalgic car a modern look. Aluminum body panels help reduce weight, and the hood and trunk open outwards, away from the car. New for 2006 is a Tungsten Silver package, which honors the first, second, and third place GT40 winners at the 1966 Le Mans race. This silver color proved popular in the revamped Mustang, so Ford decided to extend it to the GT. The Heritage edition pays tribute to the 1968 and 1969 winners with blue exterior paint and bright orange stripes.

The 2006 Ford GT is a very limited edition sports car, with less than 3,500 even produced. Its appeal is in its look and power, strong road grip, and heavy-duty Brembo brakes. Gas mileage, seat comfort, and the high price are detractions. Some owners wish the stripe was optional.

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Ben Feikema
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Can I Get One?

OK, I know there were only like 4500 made, but could one still be specifically ordered? Or would I have to get one second hand?

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