What Ever Happened To The Ford GTX1 Roadster, And What’s One Worth Today?

In 2005, Ford wanted a product to enter into the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The brand already had a long list of iconic cars, but it needed something special for SEMA. Kip Ewing, an engineer for the Ford GT project took a stab at redesigning the GT. Once Ewing got approval from his bosses, he sent his designs to a specialist in the industry to collaborate. The end result was the GTX1 Roadster.

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