Barrett-Jackson bidders will have a shot to own the first fully functional Ford GT — VIN 004 — built in 2003 as part of the late-model supercar’s development phase. The car, known as CP-1, has a bunch of unique components, such as a full carbon fiber rear clamshell, silver trim rings on the seats, and an aluminum headliner. It’s still fitted with test connections and monitoring equipment used for emissions testing and certification. The car is the real deal, and this is a rare opportunity to own a real development mule from Ford’s halo GT program. The car will cross the block at Barrett-Jackson’s inaugural Mohegan Sun auction June 23-25. Read more about the car and the sale here.