Want an investment that performs in more ways than one? We recommend this formidable Ford! You might be asking yourself “What exactly is a Ford GTX1?” Well, simply put, it's a more intense Ford GT that's been custom-tailored with an array of world class upgrades. The car was actually designed by Ford's own Kip Ewing, one of the primary engineers behind the original Ford GT, the Shelby GT500 and the second-generation Ford GT. After debuting a concept at the 2005 SEMA Show, Ford's Special Vehicle Team, now known as Ford Performance, saw fit to put the design in to limited production. So, the team promptly commissioned 500 cars through pro coachbuilders Genaddi Design Group. However, as often happens with highly specialized cars, production was cut short. And after building just 38 GTX1s, each upfit costing roughly $200K, the program was unceremoniously discontinued. Specifically created for the GT program, this Ford's 5.4 liter mod motor utilizes a polished Whipple supercharger to crank out a killer 842 rear-wheel horsepower! That massaged mill easily motivates a Ricardo 6-speed transaxle, which wears an aftermarket cooler and a high performance Stillen clutch. That gearbox twists power to a helical limited-slip differential that's finished with Stillen 3.90 gears. That drivetrain rides a fully independent suspension, which marries a sturdy, superplastic-formed frame with adjustable Penske shocks. Turns come courtesy of power rack-and-pinion steering. Stops come courtesy of cross-drilled discs and body-matched Ford GTX1 calipers. The big engine roars through custom headers and a custom exhaust system. All that track-ready prowess grips through attractive BBS alloys, which twist requisite Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercars. And, between the doors, Genaddi Design Group executed a roster of substantial upgrades. Highly desirable and extremely potent, this unique Ford is a no-compromises exercise in world-class driving! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.