By on May 13, 2016

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If you’re looking to get into a cutting-edge vehicle and would like to wait until 2019 before driving it, the Tesla Model 3 isn’t your only choice.

Ford announced today that the limited edition GT is gone from shelves for the next two years following an avalanche of applications. Only 500 of the limited edition supercars will be produced for the 2017 and 2018 model years, meaning a long wait for those with cash in the bank but a dodgy reputation.

In total, 6,506 orders were submitted during the one-month window, which began on April 13. From that pool, Ford now has to choose which lucky buyers receive keys to their 600-plus horsepower carbon fiber supercar.

“We’re excited by the amount of enthusiasm fans are showing for the new Ford GT,” says Dave Pericak, director of Global Ford Performance, in a statement.

Pericak will be less excited if he’s chosen to weed out the legit wannabe owners from the shifty, then write the “so sorry” letters.

Built by Ontario firm Multimatic, the vehicle sports an eye-popping price of somewhere in the low- to mid-$400,000 range. That cash nets you (arguably) the coolest looking car on the road, powered by an intercooled version of Ford’s twin-turbo 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6.

Preference will be given to owners of the previous GT, which hit the streets in limited numbers between 2004 and 2007.

Going by Ford’s claim, it seems a good number of prospective owners sat on the fence before deciding to put their name forward. The automaker claims 32 percent of the orders were received in just the last six days.

Like rivals at a kid’s talent show, many applicants tried to outdo each other by submitting creative videos to Ford. According to the automaker, several of them provided videos showing “children, lighting effects, racing footage, revving engines, garage tours and life stories” in their bid to become a GT owner.

Applicants who made the cut (probably by not annoying the hell out of Ford) will be notified in the next 90 days.

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83 Comments on “Ford GT Sold Out; Company to Write 6,006 ‘We’re Sorry to Inform you…’ Letters...”


  • avatar

    Just get a Lamborghini Aventador.

    You’ll be FAR happier.

    Less than 1% of these things will ever see a real racetrack. I feel confident taking this thing on in a 1-mile or longer straightline race in my car.

    EGOboost engines huh?

    If I was working at Ford that car would have come out of production with NO LESS THAN 1000HP.

    It’s just not that exciting and the blue oval is anachronistic.

    I wish McClaren would bring back an updated F1 LM with central seating.

    • 0 avatar
      mcs

      For the money, you could get a real supercar like an Aventador and not have to beg like a fool for the privilege of buying it. If you want something for the track, I’d much rather have something like a FactoryFive 818C with the 310 hp Ford 2.3. Relatively cheap to fix if you bang it up.

      http://www.factoryfive.com/whats-new/factory-five-818-coupe-to-debut-on-powernation/

    • 0 avatar

      For the price of a cake, you could have a beer.

      “But I want a cake.”

    • 0 avatar
      JohnTaurus_3.0_AX4N

      Because HP is the only measure of performance, and a carbon fiber, purpose-built supercar weighs exactly the same as your FATCAT, not to mention the aerodynamics being exactly the same as your brick of a car.

      Id pay to see a GT hand you your ass on a track, it’d be a great way to wipe your arrogance off the interwebs. Dont worry, you can still “race” a V-6 Mustang through a school zone on the way home to make yourself feel better.

      Get lucky with that old lady last night? Or did her 7pm curfew at Shady Acres retirement home mess things up? I bet she was super impressed with your ability to ignore her while checking this site every 3.3 seconds.

    • 0 avatar
      VenomV12

      I agree, why the hell would you buy this over an Aventador, made by an Italian exotic company that comes with a V12? Also Ford can take their application and @$$ kissing video and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine. I’ll be damned if I have to beg to spend half a million dollars to buy something from someone like some sort of cuckold.

      • 0 avatar
        DeadWeight

        This Ford 3.5 liter ecoboost “supercar” is absolutely imbecilic, and 10x as imbecilic for the nose bleed price.

        It’s not that great looking, it doesn’t have the type of incredible V10 ppwerplant that should go with a vehicle of this nature, and it’s entire background “story” of applications being necessary is idiotic, too.

        The Jeremy Clarkson era Ford GT was a truck-motor powered, wide berth monstrosity, unreliable POS.

        This one is a $400,000+ 3.5 liter ecoboost powered yawn.

        Ford put more into nurturing a back story of “exclusivity’ and bull$hit to separate fools from their money for this than doing anything remotely engineering ground breaking or ground breaking in terms of design or performance.

        • 0 avatar
          Mr. Orange

          What’s wrong with being truck-motor powered? Especially when the engine is so nice and big.

        • 0 avatar
          thornmark

          I remember the last Thunderbird you couldn’t get either. When they started taking orders and had it featured on the cover of the Neiman-Marcus catalogue. The marketing worked but then the dud of a car became a reality.

          Ford is once again getting free PR and creating interest by telling people “you can’t have one” like those special people Ford deems worthy.

          Give us a break.

          It’s human nature to be curious about and want something you are told you can’t have.

          That said, this car is fugly and will likely end up like the last one – selling below expectations and languishing at dealers. Hence Ford’s marketing gimmick of telling people they can’t get one.

          Who cares..

      • 0 avatar
        JimZ

        @VenomV12

        You people are hilarious. You don’t *have* half a million to spend on a car. So stop acting like people buying a supercar shop on price the same way you buy an Accent.

    • 0 avatar
      Hydromatic

      Maybe I don’t want an Aventador.

      Maybe I already have a dozen other cars that could be objectively better than the Ford GT.

      I just want the Ford GT. Nothing’s gonna change that, not even a resurrected McLaren F1.

      • 0 avatar
        TonyJZX

        If you cant even be bothered to work out how to spell ‘McLaren’ properly then what really are your comments worth? About $2,000 a month youtube money?

        Its like the legion of people who revere 911s but spell it “Porche”.

        I like F1s… McClaren make a great supercar. Gordon Ramsay is a genius.

        • 0 avatar

          Lol @ Gordon Ramsay!

          Comment of the decade.

          • 0 avatar
            TonyJZX

            Also comparisons to mere Aventadors are ridiculous. The Ford GT sells because it is a LIMITED EDITION. They are not even drivers at this point, they are collectors cars.

            I do like Huracans and that sort but when its all over they would have built something like 10,000 plus Aventadors over its lifetime. That is not a rare car. If you want one or three you can wander down to Lamborghini of Beverly Hills and buy them out.

            What use is that? You can’t buy a Ford GT for love or money.

            That’s where the mystique comes from. And some people here get hung up on horsepower or straight line speed. The buyers dont care about that. Only people who cant get on the buyers list care.

            If you crave that kind of thing… $69,995 Hellcat. $2.95 fatburger.

          • 0 avatar
            mcs

            >> What use is that? You can’t buy a Ford GT for love or money. That’s where the mystique comes from.

            I’m sure if Mitsubishi were to build a mid-engine car based on the Mirage drive-train and sell it for six figures, it would undoubtedly be rarer than Lamborghinis and Ferraris in my neighborhood. In fact, I’m pretty sure Mirages are rarer. However, I kind of doubt there would be any mystique associated with its rareness.

        • 0 avatar

          When I mispell a word while using voice dictation on my iPhone SO WHAT.???

          I make the rules.

          • 0 avatar
            TEXN3

            You make nothing.

          • 0 avatar
            TonyJZX

            Be fair, he makes $2,000 a month. On youtube. No one makes that kind of money on youtube.

            People are either right or they make excuses. You can work out which one he is.

    • 0 avatar
      raph

      1000 hp would be nice for bragging rights but just look at what it takes to cope with that level of power (Bugatti Veyron). Ford certainly could have shot for a 4,000 pound AWD behemoth but they instead built a car for a particular class of racing them engineered in the necessary equipment to make said race car street legal.

      While people can sit here take their pot shots at Ford the fact is just like the original Ford GT40 your getting one of the few cars on the road today that can be taken to a track and with a few modifications you have essentially the same car Ford is racing right now.

      They certainly could have gone in the same direction as the previous Ford GT and made a road car that would have to be extensively modified in order to race but they didn’t.

  • avatar
    VoGo

    I am disgusted by the subsidies the US government has given to Ford. That’s taxpayer money!

    And I don’t think Ford can make money on these GTs. They’ll probably be bankrupt before they get delivered, and everyone who put down a deposit will be screwed.

    Also, Mark Fields has a mullet.

    Only suckers buy Ford GT.

    • 0 avatar
      SCE to AUX

      By 2019, there will be plenty of other competitors, and the price of this thing will rise to $1 milleeeon dollars!

      These suckers just gave Ford an interest-free loan!

    • 0 avatar
      tresmonos

      Ford did what Elon should have done: Contracted someone else to build it.

      Can you imagine if Magna was building Tesla vehicles? I guarantee you wouldn’t see the production issues Tesla is dealing with right now.

      He literally could have built enough volume, skip a MY, transplant the tooling to his site, then he’d have all the lessons learned ironed out by a stout OEM contractor. It would have been genius.

      • 0 avatar
        VoGo

        This is easily the smartest criticism of Tesla ever written on TTAC.

      • 0 avatar
        ToddAtlasF1

        Apple has already contracted all of Magna’s final assembly capacity.

        • 0 avatar
          tresmonos

          Yeah, a few years after Tesla could have signed the on. Magna is hopping in bed with a gamble. The Magna partnership explains why Apple purged their auto based employees: Magna can provide a lot of technical expertise on their own.

          Personally, I’d buy a Tesla over a ‘Apple’ branded car. Buy a car from a car company. I’m guessing this is part of Musk’s reasoning. Build up your knowledge base in house.

          I doubt his success but I want to see the modern day Hughes succeed.

          • 0 avatar
            ToddAtlasF1

            Just to be clear, I was kidding. I have no inside knowledge of Magna’s plans. Last I heard, they were selling German car company IP to the Chinese, but that may have been someone else’s speculation. Do they still make the G-wagen?

        • 0 avatar
          tresmonos

          ToddAtlasF1 – you may have been kidding, but German magazines are reporting that what you said is correct via ‘inside sources with knowledge.’

          Who knows if it will be Magna, BMW or that the Apple car is dead already?

      • 0 avatar
        DeadWeight

        So few “car” people know whatMagna Steyr is – i.e. essentially a vehicle manufacturer that builds entire vehicles, including some of the most iconic ones, and then let’s their customers put their own badges on them – that it’s bewildering.

        • 0 avatar
          tresmonos

          Yes. Magna is evidence that a supplier can do it better than some OEM’s. Auto assembly isn’t rocket science. There are a lot of things that benefit from a good tribal knowledge base, but you can run a plant like sh1t and still get product out the door for profit.

          • 0 avatar
            DeadWeight

            Magna Steyr is one of the best run manufacturing companies in the world, even in historical terms.

            Many people who are loyalists to many (deservedly) iconic vehicles would be shocked if they knew their beloved vehicle was built in Graz, Austria, or a handful of other incredibly efficient plants run by Magna Steyr.

      • 0 avatar
        hgrunt

        I imagine they’ve considered the option of having a supplier do the assembly, but figured they could probably do it faster, cheaper, and just as good. Over at SpaceX, they ended up designing and producing a lot of parts, because they could do it in-house faster and cheaper than the vendors they had called. Similar reasons were why Tesla also brought the Model X’s “monopost” rear seat production in-house.

        • 0 avatar
          tresmonos

          except they haven’t been successful. We’ve heard several of our vendors’ descriptions of their troubles. It’s no secret that they are sucking hard.

    • 0 avatar
      WheelMcCoy

      I see what you did there. :)

      My question is do I have to baby the Ford GT until the next gas station?

  • avatar
    John

    Low mileage first generation GTs are worth three to five times what the owners paid for them – not bad for about 12 years. Lamborghinis, excluding Miuras – not so much. Wonder how many of these 500 will go straight into storage as investments?

    • 0 avatar
      28-Cars-Later

      Damn! Not quite three times but at least double or more. Looks like a shell of a Ford GT with no motor or transmission bid $450,000 at Manheim Riverside (why?).

      MY05 Ford GT

      02/06/15 FT LAUD Regular $205,000 3,484 Avg Red 8G M No
      03/17/16 PA Regular $282,500 755 Avg WHITE 8G 6 No

      MY06 Ford GT

      10/28/14 RIVRSIDE Regular $450,000 262 Avg Orange NON N No
      11/18/14 ORLANDO Regular $198,000 17,863 Avg GRAY 8G 6 No
      01/28/15 PALM BCH Regular $251,000 5,502 Avg RED 8G 6 No

      • 0 avatar
        tresmonos

        Original MSRP went from 139k to 145k base.
        An investment that also gives you smiles per gallon.

        • 0 avatar
          28-Cars-Later

          You’re right, wow. For some reason I had 100K in 2005 USD on the mind.

          • 0 avatar
            bball40dtw

            I know a guy at Ford that owns a GT. He’s single and has his house paid off. Bought it used and drives it to work on nice days. His financial guy gave him the thumbs up when he purchased it for around $170K. It only appreciates in value and in the meantime, it’s super awesome.

    • 0 avatar
      JohnTaurus_3.0_AX4N

      When I was a regular on Jalopnic (before leaving the high schoolers behind and coming here), there was a guy claiming that GTs were selling super cheap, that theyre hard to get rid of, etc. I said something about them going for more now than they cost new, and linked to a couple I found during a quick search. “No.” was his only response.

      I guess it made him feel better about his 2.8L Camaro?

    • 0 avatar
      VenomV12

      No they are not, my neighbor has an original 2005 Ford GT, blue with the white stripe, he is the first owner and when he bought it he had to outbid other people to get it and I forgot the exact number he told me he paid but it was over $200,000 at the time. There are many other cars or investments period that would have paid off much more than this car has. Even if you did get it somehow for MSRP it still would have kind of been a crappy investment. The Heritage ones are the only ones that you would make any decent money on.

  • avatar
    twotone

    Looks like those 6,007 applications I submitted will pay off.

  • avatar
    SCE to AUX

    “…meaning a long wait for those with cash in the bank but a dodgy reputation”

    “Pericak will be less excited if he’s chosen to weed out the legit wannabe owners from the shifty”

    Why resort to class envy attacks on those with the money and interest to buy such a car? No comprendo, except that you were careful to mention Tesla in the same breath. Now I get it.

  • avatar
    01 Deville

    “If you’re looking to get into a cutting-edge vehicle and would like to wait until 2019 before driving it, the Tesla Model 3 isn’t your only choice.

    Ford announced today that the limited edition GT is gone from shelves for the next two years following an avalanche of applications. Only 500 of the limited edition supercars will be produced for the 2017 and 2018 model years, meaning a long wait for those with cash in the bank but a dodgy reputation.”

    Stupid comparison between a few hundred a year vs a few hundred thousand a year production cars.

  • avatar
    tresmonos

    I wonder if doctorv8 put in an order?

    I remember the ruckus of ‘this not being a real ford’ compared to the Wixom GT, etc etc etc then me eating crow…

    • 0 avatar
      bball40dtw

      I just miss Wixom. Lincolns not being made in Wixom is still strange to me.

      • 0 avatar
        JimZ

        I was not sad to see Wixom Assembly demolished. As a supplier that was the plant I hated most. The electrical PVT leader openly took pride in her ability to scream and belittle supplier reps.

        • 0 avatar
          tresmonos

          Lol the truth about any plant is that it’s people give it it’s reputation.

          I loved working as a supplier to KTP. Same with Oakville after they learned I was working for their best interest. OHAP was reasonable too.

          Flat Rock- not so much.

        • 0 avatar
          bball40dtw

          As a contractor, it was the plant I liked the most. It was close to my house, I knew a bunch of people that worked on the line, and the plant manager wasn’t a d!ck to me.

          On the other hand, I was very glad to see Pontiac Truck and Bus knocked down. F that he!!hole.

        • 0 avatar
          raph

          What a good way to get knock the hell out. I wonder how many times she was told “see you next tuesday”?

  • avatar
    SP

    I initially thought that Ford was just “being a jerk” by making the owners beg for their cars. But then I got to thinking about issues of supplier capacity, and there’s probably only so many cars that MultiMatic (and others) can make per year without major capital investments. So, I think it’s not just snobbery. (It can still be snobbery a little bit … just not entirely.)

  • avatar
    ajla

    Seems like a lot of money for something that can’t get on the podium.

    The GT40 was cool because it actually won races. Is the new GT actually going to do something worthwhile in France or is it going to be Daytona and Sebring part 3?

    • 0 avatar
      Maymar

      It took the GT40 a couple years to find success too, for what it’s worth.

    • 0 avatar
      JimZ

      It’s sad how our attention spans have become so short that we demand a brand new race car start winning the first time out.

      • 0 avatar
        ajla

        Ford Racing had a bunch of unjustified bravado leading up to this year.

        If they want to act like that then they should be able to back it up on the track.

        thetruthaboutcars.com/2015/06/ford-not-horsing-around-kicking-ferraris-ass-lemans/#more-1091785

        thetruthaboutcars.com/2015/05/nair-pardo-drop-hints-ford-gt-lemans-new-shelby-cobra-auto-moto-film-fest/

  • avatar
    Syke

    The comments here are cracking me. As if anyone on this thread would actually apply for one of these.

    Remember guys, you have to buy these new. Thru the dealer. Without negotiating price or trade-in.

    • 0 avatar
      johnny_5.0

      Yeah but I can get one on X-Plan right?

    • 0 avatar
      JimZ

      Especially the people saying “for that price you can get a…” as though anyone buying cars in this class cares about price.

    • 0 avatar
      DeadWeight

      There goes Syke again, ASSuming he knows everyones’ circumstances here, and in even more asinine fashion, claiming that if anyone here can’t afford this vehicle, they have no right to criticize it or anything about it.

      Hey, Syke, why don t you go take your Honda Ruckus for a long drive and contemplate your true role as arbiter of who has what right to opine on what subject matter, your Royal HIGHness.

  • avatar
    Luke42

    I don’t see how a car with an ICE in it can be “cutting edge”.

    “Over here, next to this fantastically sophisticated steam engine, is the Ford GT. Both were awesome, but both were built after the seeds of their obsolescence had already been sewn. That’s why we keep them here in the museum. They’re cool, but nobody wants to actually maintain that piece of expensive bespoke technology in daily use anymore.”

    • 0 avatar
      mcs

      If you want to see a cutting edge ICE car, take a look at the Koenigsegg Regera. 1,500 hp and 2,000 nm of torque. Pneumatic-Hydraulic-Electric-Actuators operating the valves rather than camshafts. ICE with Transmissionless direct-drive using electric motors up to about 30 mph, then the engine is coupled straight to the final drive. That’s what cutting edge ICE is in 2016.

      youtube.com/watch?v=AMmdl77VOxg
      youtube.com/watch?v=naRY3knqFYU

      • 0 avatar
        stuki

        I’m not sure I would call Rube Goldberg machines “cutting edge.”

      • 0 avatar
        Luke42

        The valves are interesting. Eliminating the camshaft and replacing it with electronically controlled valves seems like a natural way to build an ICE in the modern era.

        As for electrically assisted driving, it’s not new. Its been in mass market cars for at least 15 years, now, and we had a Prius for 12 years. There’s nothing cutting edge about that, even if the car is way faster than a Prius. It’s to see the super car guys finally getting with the program.

      • 0 avatar

        I don’t believe that the Regera has a camless engine. Koenigsegg’s Free Valve subsidiary recently licensed Sino-Israeli Qoros to make an engine with that tech.

    • 0 avatar

      So you’re saying that the McLaren P1, Ferrari LaFerrari, Porsche 918, and Koenigsegg Regera are not “cutting edge”. All of them have internal combustion engines, augmented by electric power.

      • 0 avatar
        mcs

        The Regera demonstrates technology that simplifies an ICE car. By eliminating complex and heavy multi-speed transmissions and eliminating camshafts. It’s a cutting-edge demonstration of technology that could improve the average car some day. That’s what an aspirational supercar should be.

        Personally, I love the simplification that a pure electric car brings to the table. I’d love a quad motor EV supercar like the Rimac. However, as an engineer, I’m excited about advances in ICE technology as well. Especially when I see engineers working to combine the best of both worlds.

        • 0 avatar
          hgrunt

          The Honda Accord Hybrid and the Regera are very similar in how they operate–fixed gear ratio, one motor on the engine itself, and motor(s) driving the wheels.

          There’s tradeoffs–accommodating the volume and weight of the batteries for example– but from an efficiency and engineering standpoint, it’s very impressive

      • 0 avatar
        Luke42

        The power split device in my 2004 Toyota Prius simplified the transmission pretty effectively.

        Its basically a differential gear situated between an electric motor and the gas motor, with the wheels attached to the 3rd shaft.

        It wasn’t built for supercar performance, but it didn’t cost a bazillion dollars, either. It was in a mass market car that we owned until it got old and was hit by an inattentive driver in a Silverado.

        Its good to see the supercar guys catching up. :-)

      • 0 avatar
        Luke42

        These cars are awesome, and that claim stands on its own merit.

        But how can they possibly be cutting edge in a world where the Toyota Prius and the Tesla Model S P90DL exist?

        • 0 avatar
          JimZ

          Tell me what’s so cutting edge about Tesla using an induction motor design which is over a century old.

          Tesla get the range they do out of their cars the same way Apple gets battery life on their laptops and iDevices. They cram as much battery as they can into every nook and cranny possible. Apple goes so far as gluing iPads together.

          • 0 avatar
            hgrunt

            It’s true with the laptops–especially the Macbook! However, with their mobile devices (anything running iOS) their obsession with thinness and weight drives Apple to get additional battery life by making the logic board as efficient as possible, since power density in the battery isn’t going to get much better with current tech. In fact, the iPhone 6S has a slightly smaller battery the 6, but battery life remains the same.

            When you look at Tesla cars closely, they aren’t doing anything technologically groundbreaking—it’s all existing components and know-how to create a complete usable product, that basically nobody else has quite built yet, along with the infrastructure to support it. Same story with the iPhone…all the parts and knowledge existed, just not in that particular arrangement.

  • avatar
    PriusV16

    OK, let me get this straight.

    Ford (!) announces a supercar (!!).

    It has a V6 engine (!!!).

    Which is called EcoBoost (!!!!).

    They sell it for 400,000 dollars (!!!!!).

    They say they limit the production number right up front (!!!!!!).

    They want potential buyers to apply for the privilege of shelling out their money (!!!!!!!)

    They claim that the entire production run has sold out (!!!!!!!!).

    They also claim that they could’ve sold more than SIX THOUSAND more (!!!!!!!!!!).

    They also claim that potential buyers sent videos of their garages, kids, cats etc. to persuade the oh so great Ford to sell them their 400k V6 EcoBoost supercar. (!!!!!!!!!!!).

    *pauses*

    Yyyyyyyeeeeaaaahhhhh. Right. That’s surely EXACTLY what happened.

    And if you believe THAT, you’ll certainly also believe hat I’m actually Brad Pitt, and if you send me a million bucks, I’ll sell you the Principality of Monaco.

    How dumb do Ford’s marketing gurus think people are…? I mean seriously now……?

    It just boggles the mind.

    • 0 avatar
      Luke42

      People do buy high dollar cars.

      I don’t see the appeal myself. I’d rather own a technologically interesting car than an expensive car.

    • 0 avatar
      JimZ

      it worked, so your entire post is invalid. Enjoy your griefbox Prius, if that’s even possible.

    • 0 avatar
      ToddAtlasF1

      If this did happen, I wonder how many of the applicants were speculators looking to prey on the MGS sufferers that need a car they obviously don’t understand? Surely, it is more than one and less than 6,506. I bet it is closer to the second number than the first.

  • avatar
    whisperquiet

    Why not just buy a 2016 C7 Corvette Z06 with 650 hp/650 ft lb for $100,000 and save a few bucks.

    • 0 avatar
      bball40dtw

      Because someone wants a Ford GT. I don’t know why that’s hard to understand. You can play that game with any car. Instead of that Corvette, why don’t you buy a Camaro ZL1 and a Focus RS for the winter?

    • 0 avatar
      JimZ

      Do you really think anyone plunking down $400 grand on a car gives one single wet runny s**t about “saving a few bucks?”

  • avatar
    05lgt

    I’ve only ever seen the previous GT’s parked or in pictures/videos. I bet I never see a new one driven either.

  • avatar
    TonyJZX

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nSM1CT83LA

    I know its 7 mins of your precious life but this kind of sums it up.

    Even millionaires got better things to do than beg a company to buy a $450,000 car…

  • avatar
    laserwizard

    Points to the 2016 Chevrolet Shamvette.

    Who would buy that childish Chinese knockoff of other people’s work all thrown together that can be beaten by a Mustang at the same cost?

    There is always a butt for every seat. Idiots buy Shamvettes even when it is a tacky caricature of what a Corvette truly should be.

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