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1966 Mustang Fastback GT350H Re-Creation, 289V8, 4 speed, - for a Shelby fan

1966 Ford Mustang GT350H Re-Creation

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Coupe
Trim: GT350H Re-Creation
Year: 1966
Mileage: 68,934
VIN: 6F09A293169
Color: Black
Engine: 289 C.I.
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bellevue, Washington, United States

Description for Ford Mustang 1966

This 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback is an extremely high-quality Shelby GT350H Re-Creation that's superbly crafted throughout and beautifully finished in mile-deep and correct color Raven Black with Gold Metallic Stripes over an impeccable Black Interior. 289ci V8 Engine, 4-Speed 'Top-Loader' Manual Transmission, Holley 4-bbl Carb with Manual Choke, Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold, Headers, Magnum Wheels with Wheel-Center Caps featuring the Hertz Sports Car Club logo, 9" Rear End with 3.73 gearing, Wood-Rimmed Moto-Lita Steering Wheel, Correct Shelby Tachometer, Hood Pins, Fold-Down Rear Seat. The engine was recently rebuilt by the pros at Jim Green's Speed Shop, Trans and Differential recently rebuilt as well. We've seen hundreds of fabulous Mustangs and restomods here at Park Place over the years and, to put it simply, This Is An AWESOME Car.
If you're ready to stand out with an iconic American classic that is the perfect mix of muscle car attitude and first class modern performance, featuring a no-nonsense combination of menacing looks and vicious street manners, this is your kind of car. This awesome Mustang was built to honor the very rare and prestigious Shelby GT350H, also known as the Hertz Rent-A-Racer. True originals fetch in excess of $200,000 and you wouldn't dare drive one. With this fine example, you can be the center of attention at your local car show, and enjoy a car that you can be very proud of and not be afraid to drive. This Mustang GT350H is ready to be driven, shown, admired and enjoyed for years to come and will make a fine addition to any garage.
After being introduced for the 1965 model year, the Ford Mustang had very quickly become the apple of the sports car world's eye, with sales dwarfing virtually every competitor and spawning a number of variants. The Mustang's wild popularity can be attributed to styling and performance. In 1965 the Shelby Mustang came to life with the introduction of the high-performance Shelby GT350. This powerful race-ready Mustang became an instant hit on and off the track. Although the 1965 Shelby GT350 is what started it all, the 1966 Shelby GT350H is the car that delivered the message to the world. As can be imagined, the car is a favorite among Mustang enthusiasts worldwide.
Under the hood of this example is a professionally rebuilt 289ci V8 engine. The engine is paired with an enthusiast's required four-speed manual transmission. This Mustang has benefited from a comprehensive professional restoration/custom build to the highest level. Ground-up restoration. Laser straight panels with better-than-factory fitment and gaps, and a flawless finish all attest to the high-level of craftsmanship that this car was subject to. Built to provide modern reliability and a streetable driving attitude - with plenty of horsepower to back up the attention that this intimidating Mustang Fastback commands. Upgraded and New throughout. Electrical and Ignition System, Cooling System Including Radiator and Cooling Fan, Water Pump and all New Belts and Hoses, All New Brakes with New Master Cylinder and Booster, New Weatherstripping.
In September of 1965 Shelby American General Manager Peyton Cramer struck up a deal with Hertz to offer the 1966 GT350H Mustang as a rental car. The program was a clever one for Ford and Shelby as it worked to promote the Shelby Mustang to potential buyers. As Ford puts it, "The idea was to put high-performance, special-edition Shelby Mustang coupes into the hands of racing enthusiast-minded rental customers." That's right, if you were a Hertz Sports Car Club member back in 1966 (and 25 years of age), you could drive off the rental car lot in a performance 306 hp Mustang fastback. Total cost: $17 a day and 17 cents a mile. Not a bad deal by today's standards and not a bad deal back then.
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