Liquid Blue 2017 Ford GT Hitting Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction Block This Month
Did you miss out on your opportunity to get your very own 2017 Ford GT supercar? Were you absolutely outraged to learn that John Cena squandered his good fortunes by selling off his Ford GT so soon after purchasing it—not because he violated a purchase agreement with Ford, but because he didn’t sell it to you? Is money not an object for you, and you’d like to simultaneously use your wealth to try and make the world a better place and get a fast car like the kind Tracy Chapman sang about?
Welp, guess what. You can now get a 2017 Ford GT if you are the winning bidder on Lot #3010 at the upcoming Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction. So get that money clip out, big spender. It’s time to shop.
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Per the listing, this ultra-rare (and, really, aren’t all 2017 Ford GTs ultra-rare at this point?) Liquid Blue Ford GT was “generously donated by businessman Ron Pratte to the Evernham Family-Racing for a Reason Foundation,” which leads one to assume that it is being auctioned off with Ford’s blessing. Furthering this is the listing’s note that the winner will receive a Ford Performance Racing School GT Experience, courtesy of Ford. So you can shop free from the fear that you’ll be sued like a certain still-living pro wrestling superstar.
As for the charitable aspect, 100% of the selling price will benefit the Autism Society of North Carolina’s IGNITE program, which engages with high-functioning young adults with autism or Asperger’s Syndrome to help provide education and skill training.
If you wanna get in on this action, check out Barrett-Jackson’s listing for the 2017 Ford GT ahead of it hitting the auction block on January 20th.
Have a Tighter Budget? Take a look at Ford’s 2018 lineup, including the revamped Mustang and F-150