The current generation of the Ford GT is a hardcore supercar, no matter how deeply you’ve pledged yourself to the religion that only worships powerhouses with eight cylinders in a V-shaped formation. But some GTs, like the stunning red one here, pack a few less appealing, and expensive, realities.

CarBuzz recently found this 2018 Ford GT ‘67 Heritage Edition on JamesEdition for 1.2 million euros, or nearly $1.4 million at current exchange rates. The 647 horsepower, 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 supercar is in Germany, according to the listing, and comes with a black interior and 20 miles on the odometer.

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But in addition to being listed for nearly triple the MSRP and likely illegal to sell in Ford’s eyes, this Ford GT will also cost more than $1.2 million to export out of Europe at current exchange rates. That price alone is more than double the GT’s base MSRP, at least in the U.S., of $450,000 to $500,000, and the cost of both buying and exporting the car would come to just over $2.6 million—the base MSRP plus a couple of used Bugatti Veyrons, basically.

The thing is, this is one of the few current-generation Ford GTs out there that isn’t for sale through Ford’s picky application process for its limited-run car, for one main reason: Owners aren’t allowed to resell for 24 months after taking delivery of the car.

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Since this one listed on JamesEdition is a 2018, the math says it probably hasn’t gotten out of that two-year window yet. If it’s anything like other resales that have happened in the past couple of years, we may see a lawsuit in the near future over that very customer agreement.

Until then, if Ford didn’t pick you for a GT but you have between $1.4 million and $3 million to burn, your chance has finally come. Truly, congratulations.