Ford designer’s 2017 Ford GT up for sale

You can now buy a 2017 Ford GT owned by the man who designed it. The personal car of Ford vice president of design Moray Callum is being offered for sale by Canepa at an undisclosed price.

Callum personally led the GT design team, which worked in the utmost secrecy. As the oft-quoted official story goes, the GT was designed in a basement room at Ford’s Dearborn headquarters, not only because it was out of the way, but because it didn’t have key-card access, ensuring no one would stumble upon the skunkworks studio accidentally.

The GT was created to win the GTE Pro class at the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans in celebration of Ford’s 1966 overall win—which it did. Ford set up an application process for the limited run of GT road cars to guard against speculative flipping. That included a mandatory two-year waiting period before selling a

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Tour a Designer’s Sylvan Hideaway With Personality to Spare

Business partners and married couple Everick and Lisa Brown have had a long time to hone their working relationship. The two first met in elementary school in Los Angeles, and attended school together all the way through high school. After they graduated, however, they lost touch for about two decades before reconnecting at a high school reunion. Soon, they were not only romantically involved, but L.A.-based Lisa also began running the business side of Everick’s interior design company, which is located in New York. The two carried on a bicoastal relationship for over a decade, before Lisa finally moved out to Yorktown Heights, New York, and into the stunning Shingle-style home where they still live today.

For Lisa in particular, buying and decorating the house was a leap of faith: She was still based on the West Coast when they purchased it about 10 years ago, which meant Everick was

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