What is possibly the world's most controversial used car is for sale … again. 19659004] 2017 Ford GT was last sold at the Mecum Auctions Indianapolis event in May, where it went for $ 1,815,000,000, despite the existence of a contract written to prevent sales by 2019.
All the approved Buyers of $ 450,000 GT are required to not sell the car before they have been in for two years to ensure they go to "good" GT owners instead of flippers who want to get a quick profit. Together with John Cena, who settled with Ford after selling his last fall, the original owner decided to press his luck.
According to legal papers, John W. Miller sold GT with only 7 miles on his mileage to Michael J. Flynn's ex-car dealer from Hollywood Wheels on May 11 for $ 1.1 million, and Flynn recorded it with the Mecum event the following week.
Ford filed for a temporary retention order to stop the auction but the judge ruled in part that since neither Flynn nor Mecum was a party to the Ford contract, there was not a good reason to approve the ban, so over the block went on May 18th.
<img src = "http://a57.foxnews.com/images.foxnews.com/content/fox-news/auto/2018/07/27/controversial-flipped-ford-gt-supercar-is- for-sale-again / _jcr_content / article-text / article-par-5 / inline_spotlight_ima / image.img.jpg / 612/344 / 1532712565242.jpg? ve = 1 & tl = 1 "alt =" gt  Ford suits both Mecum and Flynn for damage resulting from the sale, with the next due date coming up in mid August. However, while being listed on the DuPont registry for sale this week for $ 2,000,000, the car is scheduled to be auctioned again at Mecums Monterey event August 25, now 8 kilometers per kilometer.
If you are a Ford fan, but do not have the kind of money it will take to drive GT next mile, do not worry because Mecum has another car on offer that may be right for you.
It's a never restored, original, green 1978 Ford Pinto Squire Wagon in pristine condition that can be one of the few vehicles on Mon Terey who can beat as many heads as GT.
PERFECT 1978 FORD PINTO SQUIRE WAGON SET TO STEAL SHOW AT FANCY CAR AUCTION