It's a car with its roots in Le Mans and is probably the coolest car ever built by Ford, but many people have no honor to own one Ford GT, let alone a model from every generation.
To take this opportunity and take all three generations of the Ford GT right away, you will need to have a large bank account that is ready to overcome.
RM Sotheby's announced the "Ford GT Lineage" event to be held during the Monterey car week next month. At this event, three generations of GT will go under the hammer for an estimated cost of about 16 million NZ.
The main event is the Ford GT40 Roadster Prototype, equipped with the GT / 108 chassis. This car is the eighth car, built of twelve prototypes, and is the first of the five roadsters ever built.
The fact that Jim Clark, Ken Miles and Carroll Shelby once brought this car, contributes to its ridiculous value, estimated at $ 7 to $ 9 million.
There are two entries from the second-generation GT, and although not as important as the GT40 prototype, they have only about a mile an hour and are set to receive at least $ 450,000 each.
The last car in the series is the GT GT 2017 and is very special, as the only GT ever to leave the factory Beryllium Orange. In addition to this rare color scheme, this is a very optional model with carbon fiber wheels and less than 900 km per hour.
RM Sotheby's estimated that this car will bring about $ 2.5 million when hit by a block, but we can not imagine that Ford would appreciate one of their new GTs being auctioned after the incident with John Price.
At auction, Gord Duff from RM Sotheby's said: "It is very important for us to offer this group of cars together in Monterey. We had the honor to present the incredible Fords and Shelbys in the auction over the years, including the Very First Cobra and Le Mans GT40 last year, and now we can tell the whole story about Ford's legendary racing history with this group. All three models are desirable for today's American or motor sport collectors and will complement each other. "
Let's hope that all three generations of GT go into the same home, but with an eight-digit price, we do not hold our breath.