2005 Ford GT
10,993 Miles | Southold, NY
$265,534
Est $3,827/mo

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2005 Ford GT
1,536 Miles | Macomb, MI
$299,995
Est $4,324/mo

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2005 Ford GT
4,430 Miles | North Hills, CA
$299,875
Est $4,322/mo

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2005 Ford GT
91 Miles | North Hills, CA
$370,129
Est $5,335/mo

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2005 Ford GT
4,448 Miles | Seattle, WA
$296,497
Est $4,274/mo

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2005 Ford GT
14,987 Miles | Versailles, KY
$279,000
Est $4,022/mo

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2006 Ford GT
751 Miles | North Hills, CA
$340,303
Est $4,905/mo

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2005 Ford GT
3,024 Miles | Manteca, CA
$299,988
Est $4,324/mo

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2005 Ford GT
7,915 Miles | North Hills, CA
$390,343
Est $5,626/mo

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2005 Ford GT
308 Miles | North Hills, CA
$350,233
Est $5,048/mo

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2006 Ford GT
884 Miles | St. Louis, MO
$315,000
Est $4,540/mo

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2006 Ford GT
751 Miles | St. Louis, MO
$315,000
Est $4,540/mo

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2006 Ford GT
410 Miles | St. Louis, MO
$315,000
Est $4,540/mo

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2005 Ford GT
4,727 Miles | York, PA
$275,000
Est $3,964/mo

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2005 Ford GT
5,433 Miles | Houston, TX
$279,888
Est $4,034/mo

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2005 Ford GT
4,500 Miles | Omaha, NE
$289,000
Est $4,166/mo

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2005 Ford GT
240 Miles | Saint George, UT
$325,000
Est $4,685/mo

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2006 Ford GT
11 Miles | Tomball, TX
$349,995
Est $5,045/mo

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2005 Ford GT
2,608 Miles | Sarasota, FL
$305,000
Est $4,396/mo

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2006 Ford GT
83 Miles | Tomball, TX
$339,995
Est $4,901/mo

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Ford GT Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
10 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
4.5
Style
4.6
Comfort
3.7
Fuel Economy
3.4
Reliability
4.5

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2008 Ford GT - This is a sporty car that looks nice, drives nice, and meets my satisfaction.

Shirley
Newton, Mississippi
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I purchased this car online and had it shipped to me. From the time I set my eyes on it, I was in love. Once it arrived on the truck, I was not disappointed. It has a lot of get up and go to it. Shifts nicely. Drives nice in most weather, but it is definitely not meant for off-road of any type. The sound system is nice and easy to understand. Dashboard gauges are simplistic and easy to understand. Very sporty look that draws the eye. I have received numerous compliments and offers on the car. It is pretty smooth riding but definitely doesn't like the messy potholes just like most cars. It is solid black in color and still looks like it keeps a wax job on it. I have had it for two years now, and I drive it daily. I haven't had any problems with it. The trunk space is good for groceri... (more)
Story
When I first got it, I was coming back from out of town in the wee hours of the morning, and I ended up getting beside an 18-wheeler that wanted to race. Of course I couldn't resist since we were on the interstate and there wasn't any traffic, so we topped out at about 140 mph and still had more pedal to push but backed off due to smokey sitting in middle of the interstate.
Pros
The look of the hood with scoop, the sporty look, the Mustang GT name, the way it feels when driving it, standard gears, audio system, and hardly any maintenance that needs to be done.
Cons
Doesn't drive well on any off road. The back end is light and will hydroplane on you if you aren't careful. It is a little narrow inside...no room in the backseat.

2005 Ford GT - A classic in its own way.

Vincent
Fresno, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
I drive a 2005 Ford GT Mustang. It has less than 60,000 miles on it and handles beautifully. There were some minor repairs necessary due to its lack of use, as some parts weaken without driving. The performance of the vehicle is above par, with about 300 hp. With its stock parts, it handles a little sloppily, and I'd prefer to change the suspension kit as well as a few other parts to tighten it down. Along with all of this, the interior is a classic grey vinyl, impeccably clean and sleek, although I'd like to update the entertainment interface for USB and Bluetooth. I would have to say the body of the car is the most striking. For lack of better description, it is downright sexy! It's not too flashy, having a dark blue metallic flack paint job and the has a more constructed and defined... (more)
Story
On a straight shot with a buddy of mine, we stopped at a light, and I wanted to see how well mine could launch. At the light my car struggled to get its bearings on the road, but once the tires caught, the vehicle quickly climbed to 70 mph, leaving my buddy behind in the dust. It felt good to know what it could do.
Pros
My favorite feature about my car is its performance capabilities. While there are certainly many modern stock vehicles that could out perform my own, it does stand above most vehicles at equal value, e.g. most Toyotas, Hondas, or Hyundais. The power behind the wheel is just enough to give you an edge but not too much to easily loose control. Another top favorite is the body and interior of the car. It is sleek, beautiful, and classy.
Cons
The most negative things about the vehicle is the lack of control with the tires, even with sport tires that grip the road well. I feel like I'm fighting it sometimes, which I don't mind, but does not make for a relaxing drive. Another con would be that the entertainment center for the interior is outdated. It has a standard radio and a CD drive but nothing else. I would need to switch that out for a more modern interface.

2014 Ford GT - The muscle car is still alive

Amy
Springfield, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
5.0
This car is the Mustang Warrior Edition number two of only 50 made in 2014. It is basically a normal GT with special badging. It does come with factory Ford Racing exhaust and a sportier suspension. The 420 plus horsepower makes the car really come to life every time you step on the gas. When you first start up the car, it will arouse you with it's roar. Thankfully, the sound of the exhaust does not drown out the conversation you are having with the passenger. Speaking of passengers, even though there are four seats, it's really only a two seater. No adult could sit comfortably in the back seat. The car handles better than any car in its class that I've ever owned and I that I've owned plenty. The electronic assisted steering comes with three settings to accommodate your driving mood. ... (more)
Story
It's a one of a kind. I love to tell the story behind the car and show it off at car shows.
Pros
The 5.0 liter Coyote engine has definitely proven to be worthy. The six-speed manual transmission is rock solid too.
Cons
The factory Pirelli tires are way too soft so you will need something more firm. Go for the leather interior, cloth is just too tough to clean and wears easy. I had to install hood struts because a prop rod is just plain ugly.

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