1966 Shelby Mustang GT350H

Forty years ago, Carroll Shelby and The Hertz Corporation came up with an ingenious plan to help get a batch of high-performance, special-edition Shelby Mustangs into the hands of rental customers who also happened to be car enthusiasts. Ford supplied the new Mustangs with V-8 engines and mostly automatic transmissions, Shelby added extra performance and style, and Hertz gave the public access to the kind of unique driving experience that one would normally only find on a racetrack.

Auction Sales History

1966 Shelby GT350H SFM6S717 - sold for $137,500 One of 1,001 Hertz Rent-a-Racers Built in 1966. One of 50 GT350H Models Finished in Wimbledon White. Converted to 4-Speed Gearbox Early in Life. SAAC Documented for Many Years. Comprehensive Restoration Completed in 2012.
Auction Source: The 2015 Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company

1966 Shelby GT350H SFM6S801 - sold for $176,000 Single Family Ownership for 46 Years. Verified by the SAAC. Documented Restoration in 2009. Displayed at the 2014 Quail Motorsports Gathering. Fitted with Proper Goodyear Blue Streak Tires.
Auction Source: The Scottsdale Auctions 2015 by Gooding & Company

1966 Ford Shelby GT350H Fastback SFM6S1581 - sold for $160,000 289 CI high performance and supercharged engine. C4 automatic. Detroit locker 3.50 axle ratio. 14 inch Magnum 500 wheels. Goodyear blue streak tires. Fine example that survived the "Rent-A-Years". Still maintains its original drivetrain and all original body panels. Restored to the highest quality standards. Rare untouched and preserved interior. Designed and built by Carroll Shelby Automotive of Los Angeles. Restoration by Ray Kelly of New Me... read more
Auction Source: Kissimmee 2014, #WhereTheCarsAre by Mecum

1966 Ford Shelby GT350H Fastback SFM6S1177 - did not sell for $140,000 1966 Shelby GT350H. Numbers matching engine. Originally shipped to City Motors in National City, California. Total cost was $3,865.34. Featured in Mustang Illustrated. Cover artwork on the box of the Lane Collectibles 1/8 scale die cast Blue GT350H. Only 1,001 were built.
Auction Source: Kissimmee 2014, #WhereTheCarsAre by Mecum

1966 Ford Shelby GT350H Fastback SFM6S1893 - did not sell for $120,000 1966 Shelby GT350H originally shipped to Koons Ford, Inc. in Fall Church, Virginia. Delivered to Hertz in Washington DC. Mullinix Motors in Daisy, Maryland painted it White with Gold stripes. Original owner was James Woodall of Maryland. Second owner added the air conditioning in 1987.
Auction Source: Kissimmee 2014, #WhereTheCarsAre by Mecum

1966 Shelby GT350H Race Car SFM6S564 - sold for $104,500 A Rent-A-Racer that was actually raced. Professionally built for the track. Well-maintained and properly set up.
Auction Source: 2013 Monterey Auction by RM Auctions

1966 Shelby Hertz GT350 Fastback - did not sell for $140,000 Rarest of the rare. Red and Gold 1 of 48 built. Only 12 known to exist. Complete ground up nut bolt restoration. It has a Dayton Supercharger.
Auction Source: 2012 Daytime Auction by Mecum

1966 Shelby Mustang GT350-H Fastback - sold for $137,500 The GT350-H featured here is a proper and quite original example of one of the most interesting chapters in the motorsport saga of Carroll Shelby. It left Shelby’s operation on April 17, 1966 bound for Dallas, Texas, where it was one of few “rent-a-racers” sold new by Norm Williams Ford to Hertz. After a short list of owners, it arrived in California where it has been garage-kept. The black exterior is in great condition as it received a bare-... read more
Auction Source: 2007 Monterey Preview


Add video of this car (youtube link):