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My Ford GT gets a Full Service at the GT Guys Garage

2005 Ford GT GT Guy Garage

My Ford GT made its first visit to The GT Guys shop in August of 2015

After 10 years of owning my Ford GT I’d had it serviced almost exclusively by The GT Guys because of their extensive background and knowledge of all things Ford GT. These gentleman worked at Roush, one of Ford’s engineering partners, when the 2005-2006 Ford GT was under development. However, I’d never had it serviced at their home shop because it’s located outside Detroit, approximately 2,300 miles from my home in Southern California. That all changed in August of 2015, when I shipped my car to The GT Guys’ garage ahead of the 9th Annual Ford GT National Owners Rally.

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Ford GT Owners Rally in Vegas and New Vacuum Gauge

Ford GT Rally Vegas

A Ford GT Owners Rally in Vegas meant an opportunity for GT service

By October of 2014 I had been staring at a dead vacuum gauge for over 2 and 1/2 years. I purchased a new vacuum gauge shortly after my original gauge died, but I only trusted The GT Guys to install it. Unfortunately, they’re based 2,300 miles east of Los Angeles, near Detroit, so getting The GT Guys and my GT in the same place at the same time isn’t always easy.

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Ford GT Full Service and a New Oil Pressure Gauge

2005 Ford GT Long Term GT Guy Full Service

A full service for my Ford GT was performed by The GT Guys

March 2012: GT Guy Full Service, Including New Oil Pressure Gauge

By March of 2012 I was tired of looking at a dead oil pressure gauge. In previous years I’d partnered with multiple West Coast Ford GT owners to fly the Ford GT Guys out from Michigan. We’d all split the airfare and hotel bills to put the GT guys up while having them service our cars. The dead oil pressure gauge was annoying, but my Ford GT also hadn’t been given a general service in over 2 years, so there was plenty of reason to bring them out.

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