And it looks like a Fiesta! Just kidding, the GT is next to the wee-lit'il Fiesta. We're sure the GT has already crossed the pond but these are the first, and only cars Ford will officially export. 101 GTs will make it Europe with the first one going directly to the Ford Heritage Collection of historically significant vehicles in England to join a 1964 and 1969 Ford GT40. Once the 101 GTs are sold (probably are already) you need to go back to gray market to get your fix.
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