Ford GTX1

December 2005
Wheels;Dec2005, p21
The article features the Ford GTX1 automobile which was unveiled in Las Vegas, Nevada during the Specialty Equipment Manufacturer Association show in 2005. Mark Gerisch of the Genaddi Design Group built the open-top system of the GT. Four panels were installed in the GTX1 to allow the automobile to be formed as coupe, Targa or full convertible.


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