Can you buy a Ford GT in Australia?

Can you buy a Ford GT in Australia?

The Ford GT has now ended its production run, making it one of the most sought after vehicles in the world. The awesome Ford GT is now available in Australia – converted to right hand drive and with full ADR compliance.

How long does it take to build a Ford GT?

A standard GT can be built in a week, but it takes three weeks to make the Liquid Carbon version. It’s a lot of extra work and resources and requires skill and patience, but the result is undeniably impressive.

How fast is the 2021 Ford GT?

348 km/h
Ford GT base – $500,000

Top speed 348 km/h (216 mph) (manufacturer)
Braking distance 34 m
Base warranty 3 years/60,000 km

How fast is the new Ford GT?

Performance. The new GT has a claimed top speed of 216 mph (348 km/h), and has a power to weight ratio of 0.43 hp (0.32 kW) per kilogram.

Can you sell a Ford GT after 24 months?

Ford does not want you, or anyone else, to create a whole new price market for the new Ford GT. That is why it is so strict about getting the sticker price on the GT. This one is self-explanatory as well. For 24 months after the purchase, you are not allowed to sell your car to anyone. It happened, however.

Is the Ford GT a car for sale?

Not many cars can be described in two letters, but a Ford GT evokes more emotion and desire than almost any other sports car for sale. Ford Motor Company was approaching a centennial celebration, so they decided to commission several concept cars for the festivities.

Is there a Ford GT40 replica car in Australia?

Ford GT40 Replica Car Kits Australasia by CAV – Start Building Yours. Built especially for the Australian market, the Cape Advanced Vehicles (CAV) GT40 OZ Edition complies with all the applicable Australian Design Rules and has also been modernised and refined beyond any other GT40 replica.

Can a Ford GT be registered in Australia?

As all Ford GTs are left-hand-drive and not easily converted to right-hand drive they’re not currently eligible for registration in Australia. However, with proposed changes to the import for limited-production specialist vehicles this could change.