2019 Ford GT Carbon Series could break a record on Cars & Bids

 The 2019 Ford GT Carbon Series may end up becoming the most valuable vehicle ever auctioned on the enthusiast-focused auction website Cars & Bids. The supercar, which is painted Liquid Blue, is one of a select few constructed with several carbon fiber parts that reduce weight.

The Ford Carbon Series, which weighs around 40 pounds less than the normal GT, was unveiled at the 2018 SEMA exhibition as the company's lightest supercar to yet. They did this, among other things, by installing 20-inch carbon fiber wheels, titanium lug nuts, a titanium exhaust system, and an engine cover made specifically for the model with a polycarbonate panel. There were around 1,350 GTs produced, and although Ford hasn't provided definite production numbers for the Carbon Series, he did imply that there could only be

The illustration on Cars & Bids features a one-owner vehicle with around 10,000 kilometers on the odometer. It is distinguished by red external elements that beautifully match the Liquid Blue paint and the exposed carbon fiber stripes, and it has a clean Carfax report. Only two modifications—a connected dashcam and clear paint protection film on several of the body and underbody panels—are mentioned in the auction description. These are the two mods that, if we had purchased this GT Carbon Series at launch, we most likely would have spent money on.

The winner of this GT will walk away with much more than a unique, 647-horsepower supercar. The new-in-box order kit that Ford provided to reservation holders to aid in configuration is also included in the transaction.

With six days remaining in the auction, the current standing of bidding is $701,000, which is the biggest bid ever made on the platform. Go over to Cars & Bids to submit a bid if your garage has room for a Ford GT. Alternately, the site is hosting a breathtakingly wide assortment of vehicles, such as a 1983 Lada Niva, a 1984 TVR 280i, and a 1992 Citroen BX, if the GT is out of your price range or area of interest.

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