A very rare 1965 Ford GT40 will be auctioned next month and the supercar is expected to fetch a whopping 3-million USD.
If you’re a wealthy businessman or a sheikh who’s found oil in his backyard than this news is definitely for you because a very rare 1965 Ford GT40 is currently looking for a new owner. Exclusivity doesn’t come cheap and rather than choosing several Italian, British or German supercars for the money, you can drive a very rare 1965 Ford GT40. The vehicle in question will be auctioned in January, 2013, and it’s expected to be sold for a whopping 3-million USD. We will definitely keep an eye on this auction.
A total of 107 units of the Ford GT40 were produced and whichever managed to survive is now worth millions. One such supercar will try and find a new owner at the RM Auctions in Arizona next month. The model is finished in Pine Green and it’s getting fender mounted mirrors, a heated windscreen, two fuel gauges and mufflers, amongst others. No details have been released on the supercar’s history for the moment. The auction will take place in Phoenix, Arizona, on the 18th of January.