Immaculate Custom Supercharged Ford GTX1 For Sale
When it comes to gifts, Christmas is about giving and getting things you might not normal splurge on. So why not drop $400,000 on a super rare Ford sports car? This 2006 Ford GTX1 popped up on eBay recently and is currently sitting around a showroom with at least four other GTs just having tea and crumpets waiting to purchased. This GT stands out from the others, though.
This is a supercharged special edition GTX1. Originally, 600 GTX1s were to be built. However, the numbers are all over place. After two years of production, an Autoblog article said that only 100 had been ordered and completed by Gennadi Dedign Group.
The main idea behind the GTX1 was a GT with a chopped top. The car was shown off in a bright orange at the 2005 SEMA show to help gain interest and traction for the build. This particular car has been taken to another level with several performance and exterior changes. Most notable are the butterfly doors and Whipple supercharged that ups the 5.4L V8 to 800 horsepower.
Complete list of mods below after the photos.
- GTX1 Roadster with Kip Ewing 1-piece hardtop
- GTX1 Wheels matched to factory paint
- Brand new custom Alcantara Interior
- Alcantara seats with silver grommets
- Alcantara door panels, dash, armrest
- Alcantara steering wheel with red center
- Kip Ewing blue barbon fiber interior pieces
- Center console tunnel
- Door bins
- Door trim rings
- Gauge face plate and surround
- Custom speaker enclosure
- Engine bay braces
- Carbon fiber side skirts
- Carbon fiber front splitter
- Guerin custom flip-up clamshell and custom trunk
- Double-DIN stereo enclosure with reverse camera and navigation
- Custom GTX1 floormats
- 800HP Whipple Supercharger
- Stillen 3.90 gears
- Stillen clutch
- Penske adjustable shocks
- Custom 1-off GTG front fascia to increase cooling for the track
- GTG racing radiator
- Custom headers and exhaust
- Transaxle cooler
- Custom intake
Surely some enthusiasts will dislike the fact that it’s been altered from its original state, but hey, it’s still an ultra-rare GTX1.