After a wildly fruitful partnership spanning more than a decade, rally driver and viral automotive video star, Ken Block recently revealed that he would be walking away from his long-running exclusive contract with Ford. After the split, Block has now announced that he will be selling three of the most significant cars from his personal collection through LBI Limited — all of which just so happen to be Fords.
The “Ken Block Collection” includes the Olsbergs MSE-built 2011 Ford Fiesta driven in the Gymkhana THREE video as well as the 2013 Ford Fiesta ST RX43 global rallycross championship car famously featured in the Gymkhana SIX and EIGHT installments. Collectively, these two “Hoonicars” have been viewed in Youtube videos around half-a-billion times, making these some of the most iconic one-off cars in modern history. The trio of Block-owned cars also includes Ken’s personal 1986 Ford RS200, which is not only a 1-of-200 homologation special but has also been modified by Block to suit his personal taste — making an already elite car all the more noteworthy, and helping to justify its more than half-million-dollar asking price. Ken Block’s RS200 is being offered for $550,000, while the Gymkhana-featured Fiestas’ prices are available upon request.
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