Now, Let’s See What A Ford GT Acceptance Letter Looks Like

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Earlier in the day, we got to experience what it was like to have one’s heart ripped out by the folks at Ford Performance; the strict buyer application process for the new, 2017 Ford GT supercar will leave a majority of would-be buyers disappointed due to the car’s supremely-limited availability, and someone online shared a real, live rejection letter.

Luckily, we’ve also managed to find an example of a Ford GT buyer’s acceptance letter, thanks to¬†Road & Track. Should you be one of the lucky 500 or so out of a pool of more than 6,500 applicants to be approved to purchase the new Ford GT, you should be receiving a letter that reads as follows:

Dear [name redacted],

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Congratulations! You’ve been selected for the opportunity to purchase a new Ford GT!

Your passion for performance and for the Ford GT qualifies you to be among a small number of drivers selected for the opportunity to own a new Ford GT. We are thrilled to extend you this opportunity!

Please complete and return the attached time-sensitive documents within 10 business days so we can send your official Welcome Guide. The Welcome Guide provides essential information and formally welcomes you to the Ford GT ownership experience.

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We can only imagine the feeling of excitement that must come with receiving a letter like this, knowing that you are one of just a few hundred people that’s likely to ever own the new EcoBoost-powered supercar.

Congratulations to all who’ve been so lucky!

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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