The United States is home to few widely produced modern supercars, with the Ford GT being among the most famous. And Versailles-based exotic car dealer Auxietre & Schmidt has what’s believed to be one of the lowest-mileage examples in existence.
The particular vehicle in question, chassis 1FAFP90S06Y400653, is one of just 541 cars produced between 2005 and 2006 in Tungsten Gray—a limited-edition color that was devised to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Ford GT40 endurance racer’s legendary first win at Le Mans.
All original components include a 550-horsepower supercharged 5.4-liter V8 that’s constructed from aluminum and mated to a six-speed transmission, cross-drilled and ventilated disc brakes with six-piston Alcon calipers, and composite body panels.
Its provenance is short: the first owner registered the American supe in the Netherlands and hardly drove it for a decade. A second owner brought it to its astoundingly low 440-mile odometer reading after acquiring the stunning coupe in 2015.
Only 4,038 Ford GTs of this era were produced from 2004 to 2006. Hagerty lists an average price of $265,000 for this model year, but expect to an unrestored GT in this rare condition and colorway to cost much more.