This Gulf-liveried Ford GT Heritage has done just 2.7 miles since 2006
Someone needs to save it by buying it!
The term 'Garage Queen' is used for a car which tends to spend most of its life locked up in a garage. It's a shame to see such rare cars cooped up, but some people just want them to appreciate and this is precisely what you're looking at here.
This 2006 Ford GT Heritage sporting a Gulf livery has covered just 2.7 miles in its entire life, making it the lowest mileage Ford GT...in the world.
This livery took inspiration from the Le Mans-winning GT40s of 1968 and 1969 which featured a Gulf Oil paint scheme and looks tremendous on this. Other things to note include: Gunmetal Grey-painted brake calipers and forged alloy BBS wheels.
Ford only ever produced 343 Heritage Editions of the GT and of these, just 50 went up for sale in Canada, including this one.
This very car is still wrapped in the factory-provided protective film for the driver’s seat, steering wheel, and door sills. Even the pre-delivery windshield stickers are still attached. It's as if this is a brand new car and this will reflect its price in an upcoming auction.
This very rare car will appear at the RM Sotheby’s Amelia Island auction event on May 22 and we wouldn't be surprised if it is the most expensive Ford GT ever sold.