1966 Shelby Mustang GT350H

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All it takes is one look at a 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350H to know it is a special car. You can feel the Mustang heritage before you even hear the engine fire up, but the chance to have one in your stable is becoming increasingly rare. If you have an empty stall, you might need to get your saddle ready for another ride. 

Bring a Trailer is giving you the opportunity to add a ‘66 Shelby GT350H to your collection, but time is ticking. This is one of approximately 1,000 GT350H models produced under a partnership between Ford and Hertz, the rental car company. 

It spent 37 years of its life under a single private owner with a restoration period spanning from 2004 to 2012. Under the hood, you will find a numbers-matching 289 cubic-inch HiPo V8 engine. There are 70,000 miles on the odometer while a 3-speed automatic transmission makes it possible for drivers of all skill-levels to enjoy some time behind the wheel, if you let them. 

A beautiful raven-black exterior paint with gold Le Mans striped accents provides a picture-perfect finish on this vintage Shelby Mustang. The interior features a clean black-knit vinyl upholstery, a Shelby 7k-rpm Tachometer, and an AM Radio for entertainment. 

This 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350H sits aggressively on 15-inch Chrome Magnum 500-style wheels, ready to burn rubber. There are disc brakes up front to provide stopping power in the event you give it a little too much gas. It is always tempting to drop the pedal to the metal in a Shelby, Carroll would agree. 

Complete with serial number verification from the SAAC, there is no reason to say no to this pony. If you are ready to ride off into the sunset in a classic Shelby Mustang, place your bids now. Time is running out.

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