The end is nigh for the Ford GT, as the last production car has rolled out of the Troy, Michigan Saleen facility where most of the car's final assembly was completed. BlueOvalNews.com was on hand to cover the occasion, which saw Ford's Fred Goodenow, SVT Design Engineering Manager for the GT, pose for photos with Saleen's Ford GT Assembly Manager, Mike Zielinski.
Also present was the red and white final GT, whose ultimate destination will be a customer's garage somewhere in Canada. Before it can head to the Great White North, however, it'll get it's drivetrain installed and interior completed at Ford's Wixom plant.
This is the 4,038th Ford GT built overall. With the factory supercar's departure, the Shelby GT500 assumes the mantle of top dog in Ford's performance stable.
Head over to BlueOvalNews.com for more coverage, including a full photo gallery of the car as it came off the line.