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1966 Shelby GT350 H

Canepa

1966 Shelby GT350 H
Canepa
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24-0226014

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VIN SFM6S1916

 

ENGINE 350 V8

 

TRANSMISSION 3 SPEED AUTOMATIC

 

DRIVETRAIN RWD

 

EXTERIOR COLOR BLACK W/GOLD STRIPES

 

INTERIOR COLOR BLACK

 

INTERIOR SURFACE LEATHER

Description

Extremely Rare, Original & Unrestored Hertz “Rent-a-Racer” Hertz Iconic Paint Scheme – Black with gold stripes Includes Period Correct Paxton Supercharger 4.7L Supercharged V8 Engine 390 hp at 6000 rpm / 329 lb-ft at 4200 rpm Only Three Recorded Owners since 1976 Documented in the Shelby American Automobile Club (SAAC) Registry and Peter Henshaw’s Mustang Immaculately Preserved and Detailed: Numbers-matching Hi-Po 289-cu. in. V-8 Engine Original Paxton Supercharger Original Red Oxide Floors Magnum 500 Chrome-plated wheels All-Steel Hood Koni Shocks Over-Ride Traction Bars $225,000 For A Rental Car? Supercharged Shelby GT350H Mustang In 1966, a wild idea was born: let's turn rental cars into raucous rockets. Hertz and Shelby unleashed 1,000 GT350 Hs onto unsuspecting streets, a move that would shape a legend. These weren't just Mustangs; they were a middle finger to blandness, a statement that even those stuck with daily commutes could experience a slice of track-bred insanity. Don't let the rental car origins fool you. This 1966 Shelby GT350 H hides a racer's heart. Its 289 cubic inch V8 isn't tuned for comfort – it's tuned for power, growling a rebellious tune through a Holley 4-barrel carburetor. This engine wants to be revved, its peak horsepower waiting to be unleashed. Forget wallowing around corners; the upgraded suspension, stiffer springs, and improved brakes beg to be pushed hard. You won't find a lot of creature comforts in here, but that's not the point. The stripped-down interior makes every mechanical nuance, every touch of the wheel a visceral connection to the machine. And then there's the look. Bold Le Mans stripes in gold slashing across a black body, side scoops that hint at the beast within, and those 10-spoke wheels…this is a Mustang on a warpath. This isn't subtle or refined; it's a beautiful act of automotive defiance. The Shelby GT350 H wasn't meant to be babied. It's a slice of history, a reminder of a time when performance rattled suburbia. Whether you crave a piece of '60s racing mystique or a rebellious reminder that driving should be an experience, this Shelby promises an unforgettable ride.