The supercar, chassis no. 1FAFP90S96Y400599, has been listed with no reserve and is expected to bring in between $280,000 and $340,000. At the time of writing, the current highest bid was $200,000 with the auction set to run until July 11.
It is not uncommon to see Ford GTs cross the auction block as they’re certainly one of America’s most iconic performance cars. What makes this particular example special is the fact that it is one of just 327 examples from the 2006 model year painted in Mark IV red and complemented with white stripes. Additionally, it sports the optional red brake calipers, forged BBS wheels, and an upgraded McIntosh radio.
What’s even more noteworthy is that it has just 11.7 miles (18.8 km) under its belt. It has only ever had one owner and was stored in Texas ever since being delivered. While it makes us sad to learn that a 2006 GT has been driven so little, it does give buyers the rare opportunity to purchase the desirable supercar in near-new condition, never used nor abused.
Powering the Ford GT is a 5.4-liter supercharged V8 with 550 HP and 500 lb-ft (677 Nm) of torque sent to the rear wheels via a Ricardo six-speed manual transmission, allowing for a top speed of 205 mph (330 km/h).