Ford made its New GT customers sign a contract at the time of purchase stating that they would not sell the car inside a 2 year window from the time of delivery. John Cena was the first to break his contract and sold his car after only a few weeks. Following that sale, Ford has been in a legal battle with the wrestling star.

Now a second car has come up for sale outside of the owners agreement with Ford. It was sold this past weekend at the 2018 Mecum Indy auction.

Let me know in the comments your thoughts.

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Comments

    • smiley petersen
      smiley petersen

      I agree with you100%...to some ppl it's All about the Benjamin$:

      about 1 day ago
    • yea bouy
      yea bouy

      I'm a Ford guy, but this kind of pisses me off about Ford. The whole process pisses me off.

      about 14 days ago
    • Bluecrayon 007
      Bluecrayon 007

      If you are going to buy a car that costs this much just to sell it and make profit is cheap. There are people out there that are sad that they didn’t get accepted for the car and possibly the people who just wanted it for profit was the person that got accepted over the person who would actually enjoy the car and not sell it.

      about 2 months ago
    • Mac W
      Mac W

      I guess the V6 is not keeping owners loyal...???

      about 2 months ago
    • fastfordstang13
      fastfordstang13

      It's all about making money for them if I own the 2017 Ford GT I would of never sold it

      about 3 months ago
    • fastfordstang13
      fastfordstang13 In reply to fastfordstang13

      +The GT Guys Wow Nice one someone will give me one lol

      about 3 months ago
    • The GT Guys
      The GT Guys In reply to fastfordstang13

      I agree man, I can’t wait to take delivery of mine next week 😎

      about 3 months ago
    • Kim Colesworthy
      Kim Colesworthy

      Look this is just a game for men with big egos and deep pockets, these things will be all over the market when the “contract” expires so they haven’t stopped anything. People are gonna make money on them one way or the other. If you really want to stop it then make 6k of them and then it’s not such an ego trip to own one!

      about 7 months ago
    • Luke Warmwater
      Luke Warmwater

      Why all the hate over a Chevy Citation fouled plug sounding wannabe supercar?

      about 9 months ago
    • RUSSIA ANDERSON
      RUSSIA ANDERSON

      Complete asshaterie! You signed you should comply. You breach you pay. Whatever you got over your purchase price you forfeit. Ford did a shit job choosing who got these cars. And the auction co. was just greedy to get the commission. Barret Jackson was the place to sell this car but was it there? No! I would suspect that BJ said no way! Not till the time period is up!

      about 11 months ago
    • 1hard2findbro
      1hard2findbro

      Let the sale of these few Gts remind you that: they can make a contract, you can sign it and you can still do whatever you want. If they have a problem, they will have to come after you. Ford will harass a star or 2. But going after the general public? Ford can't afford to do that. That judge knew that. Also, the judge knew that Ford took government money and still has current cash problems. You can over rule companies like that and the public will stand with you. Lastly, I hate that the GT is made in Canada 🔥 🍁 🔥

      about 11 months ago
    • kiwibob72
      kiwibob72

      What a pointless bitch session. If you own something, you should be free to sell said thing. Even more so if the other party is proven to have mislead investors/clients around the 'exclusivity' of the thing and is producing twice what they initially stated, as this has to potential to reduce the monetary value of what is in all reality, a sizable investment that was expected to rise in value over time.

      about 1 year ago
    • Oxygen Genetics
      Oxygen Genetics

      So you spend half a million or more on a car and after delivery you hate it, so not wanting to waste half a million dollars you're a scumbag or what have you? That's a sad joke. Ford wrote a shitty contract and people found ways around it, or just have enough money to say fuck ford. No matter how anyone feels personally about this subject, I'm interested to hear the court rulings when the smoke clears. At the end of the day, the Ford GT gets beaten by a Corvette that is 1/5th its price haha

      about 1 year ago
    • Junito Punto Comm
      Junito Punto Comm

      3:36 F*ck Out of Here with that integrity thing !! Those companies don’t think twice to get you...Ford refunds you any money if you buy a New Ford Taurus and its value decreases 50% in 2 years??

      about 1 year ago
    • bwtv147
      bwtv147

      GM leased their electric cars. Chrysler leased their turbine cars. If Ford didn't want their GT's to change hands for 2 years, why didn't they lease them?

      about 1 year ago
    • Cameron Young
      Cameron Young

      Legal beast mode!

      about 1 year ago
    • Rob J. Kolt
      Rob J. Kolt

      If I could get my hands on one brand new from the factory you can bet your life I'm flipping it for profit without putting any miles on and ford can kiss my Corvette Loving ass!!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Philip Guacci
      Philip Guacci

      Interesting content. The Ford GT will not even be available in Australia due to the left hand drive. Ford is charging close to $70 k for a V8 Gt mustang. The 2018 models are not here yet either. Have not seen Mecum auctions for a while. Cheers.

      about 1 year ago
    • jerry zuniga
      jerry zuniga

      Fuck it this is America!

      about 1 year ago
    • akane742
      akane742

      I heard the owner died and they were selling it to settle his estate

      about 1 year ago
    • akane742
      akane742

      If ford didn't want people to sell them they should have leases them. Ford can't enforce those no sale contracts. When you sell some thing you release all legal entitlement to the item.

      about 1 year ago
    • Charles Foucault
      Charles Foucault

      Yes it sucks that the owners would sell the car but still if you bought it and finally you don't like the car or don't fit in the car(are not comfortable in it) because the people who bought it were not even able to sit in a mock up version to see if they are comfortable. You can't expect a buyer to buy the car without even having a chance to try it first. If Ford didn't want to have any problems they should have only leased the cars so that they still belong to Ford. Yes it's a scumbag move to sell the cars, but it was legal, no one can stop you from selling something if it belongs to you and that all the paperwork proves that it belongs to you and not Ford. Ford is only mad because these guys flipped it for more then what they paid for it. Next time if Ford wants more money out of it they should sell it for more instead so suing people who sell it. All of the other high end supercar and hyper car companies don't sue their clients if they sell their cars even if it is for a profit. In the end I say Ford fucked up and have lost credibility as a car manufacturer due to this.

      about 1 year ago
    • u2mister1
      u2mister1

      Ford should not build the last 250.

      about 1 year ago
    • MrJessesagearhead
      MrJessesagearhead

      You ford f@#$ boys don't understand that if no one sells their car, you will never have a chance to have one. Selling them gets them on the market.

      about 1 year ago
    • CONSOLETHUMBS -
      CONSOLETHUMBS -

      I do agree they signed a contract but there are also laws in place where they can’t technically force you to keep the car or sell it how you please. But I don’t like flippers that do it for the money or business

      about 1 year ago
    • Craig Anthony
      Craig Anthony

      Wow, 1.8mil for a Ford. The person who bought it had to be stupid rich or stupid drunk.

      about 1 year ago
    • Porsche 911 GT3 RS Weissach
      Porsche 911 GT3 RS Weissach

      #screwjohncena

      about 1 year ago
    • a bomb
      a bomb

      Didnt ford give the gt to john as a gift? If so he shouldnt have to follow purchasing rules.

      about 1 year ago
    • The GT Guys
      The GT Guys In reply to a bomb

      No they didn’t but if he did get it as a gift that would be even more reason to follow the rules.

      about 1 year ago
    • Thomas Shuman
      Thomas Shuman

      If you buy something it is yours to do with as you please. Let’s be real here. Yes I will sell you this sandwich but you must promise not to eat it until tomorrow at lunch. 😂

      about 1 year ago
    • Jeff Wellman
      Jeff Wellman

      Seems like Ford voided the initial contracts when they increased the production run making their cars less exclusive.🤔

      about 1 year ago
    • Godzilla
      Godzilla

      I think you need to take the John Cena thing with a grain of salt. I understand that the cockpit of the car is VERY SMALL. There were a few people that test drove the car that were slightly over 6'. And had a hard time driving it. John Cena is a BIG man. If you can't fit in it I'd want too sell it too. It's not like he got to take a test drive in it before he got it.

      about 1 year ago
    • K2edg
      K2edg

      Down to Ford imho, by making these cars so hard to get hold of they are pushing the potential value through the roof...... i could imagine people would think carefully about selling if some one offered double the money but i'm not sure i know anyone that would keep a $500k car if some one offered a cool Million over sticker for it. The fact Ford have revisited the Contract says it all, they have made a mess of the 2 year clause making it unenforceable but they still have to pursue it or more owners will want to cash in.

      about 1 year ago