Old rental cars often make the least appealing used vehicles, but it's a very big exception to that rule: the 1
"Rent-a-Racer" was a race of special-purpose cars built for Hertz by Carrol Shelby based on its high-resettlement Shelby GT350 version of the Ford Mustang.
Together with two prototypes, only 999 were produced, and most of them were completed in Hertz's signature black and gold color system, but some were painted other colors.
Some were literally driven by tenants from the agency to racing courts. They were eventually retired and resold for around two grand each but took months to resemble, because even a car like this could not throw the rising car.
But as with all GT350s, the survivors are among the highest-demanded Mustangs today and sell for prices from $ 100,000 to $ 250,000, depending on their condition.
One that is probably not worth so much right now, but could be, was recently found in an "old fashioned garage "where it sat for 30 years.
According to BarnFinds.com the coup seems to have undergone a restoration that was never completed. It has a red-door side door, and the rear lights and rear catches are removed. But most of its key components, including the 289 V8 engine, are still with it. It also appears to have a four-speed manual transmission, making it one of the rare of the rare if it's original equipment. Just a handful of GT350H came with one, the rest got three-step automatic.
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The man who found and bought it does not have It did not reveal how many miles it has on it, what he paid for it or where That was when he considered his options moved forward. But as they say in the collector's world, "he knows what he has," and it's a small black and gold mine.
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