2005 Ford GTX1

Ford's tribute to the GT40, the GT, spanned 4,038 units over its production run between 2004 and 2006. Values for those cars have skyrocketed, with the model earning a well-loved reputation over the years. But even more rare are four targa-topped GTs, dubbed the GTX1, that were ordered by a Middle East businessman and appeared at the 2005 SEMA show. One of those cars has returned to the US and is now up for auction. A fully factory-authorized build, the GTX1 was modified by Genaddi Design Group to an open-top specification. A Valencia Yellow and Titanium stripe finish with custom badging, carbon fiber side skirts, rear diffuser, and carbon fiber rear clamshell sits over a black leather interior with Sparco embroidered seats. The 5.4-liter supercharged V8 makes 700 horsepower, 150 more than the "stock" GT, and features a low-restriction Borla exhaust. The car shows just 129.5 miles on the odometer. Auction estimates put the value of this one-of-four GTX1 at over $1 million.

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