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eBay: 2004 Mustang GT-R Concept up for auction again

June 13, 2011 Mustang News 1 Comment

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The last time we saw the 2004 Mustang GT-R concept was in back in August of 2010 when it sold to the highest bidder at the RM auction in Monterey, California for $110K.  This time around the auction is a little less glamorous as the GT-R concept has popped up on eBay with a starting bid of $59,900.  The current owner seems to be Sam Pack’s Five Star Ford in the DFW metroplex.

You might remember the first time we laid eyes on the Valencia Orange Mustang GT-R concept was in 2004 at the New York Auto Show just after the S197 Mustang platform was introduced.  The GT-R concept features a 5.0-liter “Cammer” crate motor producing 440 horsepower, brembo brakes, full roll cage, race inspired chassis, side exit exhaust, alcantara steering wheel and a host of carbon fiber interior and exterior parts.  The Mustang is not street legal and has no VIN. To date this is one of Ford Motor Company’s most popular concept vehicles.

Check out the eBay auction here.




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  1. Jean says:

    So that’s the case? Quite a reeolativn that is.

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