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Ken Block is Selling his Insane ‘Gymkhana’ Car Collection

The master of ‘Hooning’ Ken Block has put three of the cars from his world-famous car collection up for sale. Immortals of the car world, two of the cars have been used in Gymkhana movies and the third is a rare 1 of 200 group B rally special, he affectionately calls his ‘Dream Car’. The cars are now offered for sale for the very first time through LBI Limited, which will offer them to the public online through their website.

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Ken blocks 2013 ford fiesta st rx43

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Ken Block’s 2013 Ford Fiesta ST RX43

Simply put, this might be one of Ken’s most famous cars ever. The weapon of choice for one of the most famous ‘Gymkhana’ of all time (SIX) as well as EIGHT, and other Terrakhana Films. This pocket-rocket has traversed the rocky terrain of Utah to the royal streets of Dubai and blown tires for millions of YouTube views for the worlds most spectacular form of motorsport.

The car features a purpose-built, M-Sport/Pipo Motors designed to withstand rallycross where the car took Ken to his first-ever win in the competition. It was further put to the test during a filmed race against Lewis Hamilton in his Formula 1 car, which you can see here.

Acceleration 0-60mph:Under 2 Seconds
Transmission: Sadev 6-Speed Sequential
Engine: Pipo Designed 2000cc Turbocharged In-Line 4-Cylinder
Power: 600HP
Accolades: 2013 Global Rallycross Championship Car

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Ken blocks 2011 ford fiesta gym3

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Ken Block’s 2011 Ford Fiesta GYM3

Ken Block’s 2011 Ford Fiesta GYM3 was built for the sole purpose of performing Gymkhana hoonery. The car features a wide body, seam-welded chassis, 600hp Olsbergs engine and the classic drip livery. Since its release in 2010, the GYM3 has found its way to over 66 Million YouTube views, making this one of the most famous cars of all time.

Acceleration 0-60mph: Just over 2 seconds
Transmission: MakTrak 6-Speed Sequential Gearbox With Electronic Shift
Engine: Olsbergs Duratec
Power: 600HP
Torque: 660ft/lb
Accolades: Star of Gymkhana THREE Film

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Ken blocks 1986 ford rs200

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1986 Ford RS200

Affectionately known as Ken’s ‘Dream Car,’ this is a very highly modified Ford RS200. Originally built for the famous group B rally series this is 1 of only 200 homologation specials originally built to compete in the World Rally Championship. Featuring a heavily modified Evolution variant of the turbocharged, 4 cylinder engine, This car produces 700 hp on pump gas and 800hp of race fuel. On the inside, you’ll find a custom interior comprised of Recaro seats, custom gauges, custom paint, numerous suspension modifications by Hoonigan Racing, and a set of Rotiform wheels finished in white with Toyo Proxes R888R tires.

Engine: 2.1 Liter Evolution Spec Turbocharged 4-Cylinder
Power: 700HP+
Accolades: Number 80 Of Only 200 Produced To Meet Group B Homologation Requirements. 1 of 24 upgraded to EVO Specifications.

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Ben lives in Sydney, Australia. He has a Bachelor's Degree (Media, Technology and the Law) from Macquarie University (2020). Outside of his studies, he has spent the last decade heavily involved in the sneaker, automotive, technology and fashion world. Turning his passion and expertise into a Staff Writers role at Man of Many where he continues to write about everything that interests the modern man. Conducting car reviews on both the road and track, hands-on reviews of cutting-edge technology and employs a vast knowledge in the space of fashion and sneakers to his work. One day he hopes to own his own brand.