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Best Sale 1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350H Hertz 1 18 diecast car metal car model car toy car vintage car muscle car Christmas Birthday gift present

Product Code: R5RU7RH4
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£97.56 £29.57
1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350H
Hertz Rent-A-Racer Version
1/18 Scale Diecast
By Lane-Exact Detail
Limited Edition 1 of 2,500

Car looks great with no issues. No original box.

Wimbledon White w/ Gold Leman Stripes


About the real car:
This was one of the rarest H models produced. Less than 100 of the actual cars were made. This car comes with Magnum 500 wheels, G.T. 350H insignia, Cobra logos on the gas cap and steering wheel, other features are fold down front seats, plaid style trunk liner, and a full size spare tire.

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.
1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350H
Hertz Rent-A-Racer Version
1/18 Scale Diecast
By Lane-Exact Detail
Limited Edition 1 of 2,500

Car looks great with no issues. No original box.

Wimbledon White w/ Gold Leman Stripes


About the real car:
This was one of the rarest H models produced. Less than 100 of the actual cars were made. This car comes with Magnum 500 wheels, G.T. 350H insignia, Cobra logos on the gas cap and steering wheel, other features are fold down front seats, plaid style trunk liner, and a full size spare tire.

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.