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Classics Demand Attention In This Rare Sapphire 1966 Shelby GT350-H

09:56  07 february  2020
09:56  07 february  2020 Source:   motorious.com

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  Roll In Style With This Coyote-Powered 1965 Shelby Cobra Backdraft This sinister Cobra only has 394 miles on the clock. A real deal 1965 Shelby Cobra can break the bank, but a kit car replica has that vintage curbside appeal but is propelled by a potent modern powerhouse. Backdraft Racing is known for their kit car replicas built with amazing quality and attention to detail. Titled as a 2017 Backdraft, this 1965 Shelby Cobra only has 343 miles on the clock. Vanguard Motor Sales is pleased to offer this amazing '65 Shelby Cobra by Backdraft Racing.

When the special-edition 1966 Shelby GT 350 - H was introduced, the high-performance Mustang was an instant legend. The car was a rental only available through Hertz, and that is exactly what the "H" stands for in the name. Up on the virtual auction block is this incredible '66 Shelby GT 350 - H in rare Sapphire .

Only 999 were sold to Hertz with only 50 painted in Sapphire .When the special-edition 1966 Shelby GT 350 - H was introduced, the high-performance Mustang was an instant legend. The car was a rental only available through Hertz, and that is exactly what the "H" stands for in the name. Up on the.

Only 999 were sold to Hertz with only 50 painted in Sapphire.

This Restored 1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350H Can Be Yours

  This Restored 1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350H Can Be Yours Only 1,001 of these cars were produced total and only 800 in Raven Black with gold Le Mans stripes. Back in 1965, the Shelby GT350 Mustang was first introduced, and it became an instant sensation on and off the track. Fast forward to September of that same year, Hertz and Peyton Cramer, Shelby American General Manager, collaborated on a 1966 Shelby GT350H as a rental car to attract potential buyers. Hertz Sports Car Club members were able to rent one for $17 a day and .17 cents a mile. Only 1,001 of these cars were produced, and only 800 were Raven Black with gold striping.

When the special-edition 1966 Shelby GT 350 - H was introduced, the high-performance Mustang was an instant legend. The car was a rental only available through Hertz, and that is exactly what the "H" stands for in the name. Up on the virtual auction block is this incredible '66 Shelby GT 350 - H in rare Sapphire .

Jamboolio records this stunning and rare American muscle car classic, Sapphire Blue 1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350 Fastback with legendary LeMans stripes.

When the special-edition 1966 Shelby GT350-H was introduced, the high-performance Mustang was an instant legend. The car was a rental only available through Hertz, and that is exactly what the "H" stands for in the name. Up on the virtual auction block is this incredible '66 Shelby GT350-H in rare Sapphire. In fact, only 999 of these cars were sold to Hertz, and only 50 of those were painted in the shade of Sapphire with gold striping.

Mostly unrestored and in original condition, the car was given one repaint in its factory Sapphire hue back in the '80s. All sheetmetal is original save for the left front fender that was replaced at some point over the past 50 years. This particular car was purchased from its long-term owner in Pennsylvania and then transported over to Scottsdale. The odometer reads 58,558 on the ticker, and it is believed to be accurate and original.

Rare Mustang! 1968 Shelby GT500 Prototype

  Rare Mustang! 1968 Shelby GT500 Prototype Craig Jackson has restored what is likely the rarest Shelby Mustang of all, this 1968 Shelby GT500 Lime Gold prototype.The legend of this Lime Gold 1968 coupe begins at the Ford Dearborn plant in late 1967 when it was pulled aside for prototyping. After Ford engineers modified the body with lights and badging for the California Special, it was sent to Shelby American. There it was designated EXP-500 and fitted with a 428-inch Cobra Jet engine, C6 transmission, independent rear suspension, EFI, and a wide assortment of body panel, lighting, and badging specific to the Shelby GT programs.

Donate to the Shelby American Collection and get entered to win a 2020 Shelby GT 500. It’s not every day you have a shot at a modern classic, a rare and powerful 2020 Ford Shelby GT 500, which is a true collector’s car fresh off the Demand Attention In This Rare Sapphire 1966 Shelby GT 350 - H .

For 1966 , the GT 350 lost its Mustang tag and was marketed simply as the Shelby GT 350 .[8] The new model year also saw the introduction of non-white colors, including blue, red, green, and black. Other changes included special rear quarter-panel windows replacing the factory extractor vents, functional

a car engine: Demand Attention In This Rare Sapphire 1966 Shelby GT350-H© Motorious Demand Attention In This Rare Sapphire 1966 Shelby GT350-H

Common with many of the Hertz cars, the engine didn't age well and is now replaced with a date-coded 289cui HI-PO V8 engine mated to a newly installed Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. The original automatic transmission is included with the sale as well. The original Magnum 500 chrome wheels sit on all four corners and are wrapped with BFGoodrich radial rubber. In addition, the car received new rear leaf springs along with upper and lower control arms, front coil springs, and Koni shocks.

The Ford VIN was verified and matches the SFM number. Even more, the car is already listed in the SAAC Registry of Shelby GT350s. This particular Shelby is well-documented and in fantastic shape. Note that the mileage may vary due to the fact that the car is driven weekly.

a car parked in front of a building: Demand Attention In This Rare Sapphire 1966 Shelby GT350-H© Motorious.com/Hersteller Demand Attention In This Rare Sapphire 1966 Shelby GT350-H

This '66 Shelby GT350-H is up for bids and has a minimum bid of $85,000, but is estimated to sell somewhere between $115,000 and $145,000. If this Shelby would look perfect in your garage, go ahead and place your bid.

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You could own this legendary American muscle car. Few muscle cars command the kind of respect this 1967 Shelby GT500 does. It was the first model year the GT500 was introduced, taking the popular Ford Mustang and pushing its performance way beyond what anyone expected. Thanks to GT Motor Cars, you have the chance to put this beauty in your garage. As you’ve probably guessed, this GT500 looks so great because of a thorough restoration inside and out. It was completed just in 2012, so the Candy Apple Red exterior has a deep shine and presents well, plus it’s the car’s original paint color.

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