Finally, there is a 2005 Ford GT, a car that enjoyed a limited run in the mid-2000s, appealing to retro-minded consumers.
Based on the Ford GT40 from the 1960s, which is iconic in the racing world, the GT catered to consumers who wanted a street-ready version of the original. And, despite the high price, demand was strong.
Buyers soon learned that the car had one major flaw. The doors opened very wide.
Leno says, "[The doors] work fine. They operate. They're water tight. But you pull into a parking space — you can't get out."
Other than that, the numerous design touches to match the original made it a smash hit. But can it hold up to the older cars when it comes to appreciation? Watch the video to find out.
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