The 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition is a very rare car indeed, with only 343 examples produced. It’s instantly recognizable for its Gulf livery-inspired orange-and-blue paint, similar to that worn by several Ford GT40 race cars throughout the 1960s.
Yet despite the Ford GT Heritage Edition’s rarity, the folks at Carscoops managed to turn up four sale listings in the US on website JamesEdition.com – “The World’s Largest Luxury Marketplace,” as the site brands itself. Two of them are in California, while one is in Texas, and one in Washington.
But don’t go reaching for that checkbook just yet; each example carries a massive price tag, ranging from $489,900 to $549,000. That’s quite a bit more than you’d pay for a non-Heritage Ford GT ($289,000 to $359,900 via JamesEdition), and they’re essentially the same car, both sharing a common supercharged, 5.4-liter V8 rated at 554 horsepower.
Then again, if you suffer from an abundance of disposable income, the supremely-rare, collectible Ford GT Heritage Edition might be a great way to get rid of some.