Welcome to Coffee Walk Ep. 140! Today’s Coffee Walk is one that my team and I have put a lot of passion and hours into.
This numbers-matching 1966 Mustang Shelby GT350H (previously in storage for 49 years) has the pedigree, history, style, class and importance to make any car guy / gal completely geek out- especially me.
Now go on ahead and take a look at today’s episode and let me know what y’all think! As always… go fast, have fun and have a GREAT WEEKEND!!
This 1966 MUSTANG SHELBY GT 350 HERTZ is being offered for sale right now on Bring-A-Trailer.com (BARN FIND on Bring-A-Trailer) Bring-A-Trailer Auction: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/196…
Auction ends Monday, April 12 at 1:00pm This 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350H was originally used as a Hertz rental car in Virginia and is said to have been stored in 1972 by its previous owner, from whom the selling dealer acquired the car out of Colorado in January 2021. Subsequent work included refinishing and installing a replacement driver-side door, inspecting the cylinder heads, overhauling the brakes and fuel system, rebuilding the carburetor, changing the fluids, and replacing the tires.
Finished in black with gold stripes over a black interior, the car is powered by a numbers-matching 289ci V8 paired with a three-speed automatic transmission and a 9″ rear axle. Additional features include fixed quarter windows, hood and side scoops, 14″ wheels, front disc brakes, lap harnesses, and an AM radio
. This GT350H is now offered in Texas with its removed driver-side door, fuel pump, and front brake calipers as well as order sheets and correspondence from SAAC, an owner’s manual, and a clean Colorado title.