Posted on: Jan 15, 2012
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Camilo Pardo Creates One-of-a-Kind Chrome Ford GT

Services of Ford GT designer has been solicited by aftermarket specialist firm to create a one-off supercar.
Ford's halo car inspired by the legendary GT40 was penned by the enigmatic Camilo Pardo and his beautiful design is one that looks just as good today as it did when it appeared in 2005, and that we suspect will look just as good in fifty years' time. Specialist aftermarket firm GT Guy LLC clearly has much admiration for the car designer having employed the services of Camilo Pardo to create the one-of-a-kind chrome supercar you see here.
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Dubbed the Merkury 4, the team took a solid red Ford GT and covered it in Mirrachrome paint. They then added a black-bordered fluorescent orange stripe. The valve covers were also painted, the clamshell intakes behind the doors were smoothed out, ceramic-coated pipes were fitted and a fresh set of HRE wheels were added. With the aesthetics out of the way, GT Guy LLC then tuned the supercharger so that 725hp could be delivered to the rear wheels thus matching the car's awesome good looks with some awesome power.

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