How many 2006 Ford GTs were made?

I used to have a 2006 Ford GT but got rid of it when I had kids. Now that the kids are grown and driving their own cars, I’m looking for another first-generation Ford GT. How many 2006 Ford GTs were made?

Talullah Blanco · Answered on Dec 28, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Even as one of the top 10 most reliable supercars in the market, the Ford GT is not a practical car for kids! Ford manufactured just over 1,600 GTs in 2006 so they may be difficult to come by. Luckily, around 4,000 first generation Ford GTs were produced between 2004 and 2006.
The second generation GT was made available in 2017 with only 1,350 units produced over six years. Unfortunately, Ford will stop production of the GT supercar at the end of the 2023 model year. With just 67 hand-built cars starting at $1.7 million each this third generation final model will be the most limited GT yet.
The Ford GT was produced in conjunction with the American automobile company’s 2003 centenary to pay tribute to the GT40–a consecutive four-time winner of the endurance sports car race 24 Hours of Le Mans between 1966-1969.
With an origin like that, it’s no surprise the GT is known for its high speed, luxury, comfortability, and iconic exterior. While the GT can reach top speed of 298 mph on the race track, Ford has maintained a street-legal rating for the GT so you can still use it to pick up your kids from high-school.
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