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And boy does this thing seem spicy-

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I have to say, I never disliked this thing in the first place, but I'm really starting to come around to it. It seems Ford really did make a racecar for the road, and I give them major props for that. In that light, I don't think the fact that it's a turbo V6 rather than a V8, V10, or V12 counts as much as a demerit. If you want a focused track weapon, this thing seems to offer more than even the big names across the pond has available. Bravo, Ford.

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Agreed.  I saw Matt LeBlanc drive it on Top Gear and it looked really awesome.

I still kind of like the 2005 GT a little bit more, maybe because it was kind of old school.  However, the new one really seems to be in a league of it is own.

Agreed.  I saw Matt LeBlanc drive it on Top Gear and it looked really awesome.

I still kind of like the 2005 GT a little bit more, maybe because it was kind of old school.  However, the new one really seems to be in a league of it is own.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7gtjGLmImw

 

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I too, always liked it. I was disappointed at first for it not having the Voodoo V8. Not so much for it having an "ecoboosted" 3.5 liter V6 or the "lack" of a V8/V10/V12...but for not having that sweet sounding Voodoo.

I have overcome that, but not entirely...

 

I never doubted its abilities as an exotic mid-engined supercar and Im happier that at least the automotive "journalists" in these so called "automotive enthusiast" magazines are appreciating it...

 

BRAVO FORD, indeed!

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Well, being firmly entrenched in the Ford 'camp' as I am (and haveing been since the mid-70's)....

I can say that I am a "Yuuuuuge" fan of this GT right from the outset.

I am especially gratified that it has performed as well as it has on the track and in the races it has entered.

I am unhappy that production is not a bit more 'mass' than 1000 total over 3-4 years....  But since, I do not think that I would be able to qualify as a customer as it is..... either from a bank account or 'pedigree' basis, I can allow some forgiveness of Ford.

It is just that if Ford would produce a few more and open up the customer base a bit, these new one's might actually be used and seen out on the roads.  I just see these being garaged and never seen (at least the vast majority of them).

That was not the case with the last GT.... as much.

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