If you dont feel like shelling out $100k+ for a clean Shelby GT350H, take a look at its grandchild: The 2006 GT-H. One of just 500 produced, this rent-a-rarity stays true to its Shelby roots. Retired from the rental life with 13,232 miles on it, the car was treated to over $8k in fresh Shelby parts, making this one of the cleanest examples on the road today. The front and rear bumpers both received fresh black paint but the the rest of the car was simply color sanded back to showroom condition. Gold stripes accent the black paint and hearken back to the Shelbys of yore. From the lower front bumper cover to the hood to the Hertz badges, there are tons of unique Ford and Shelby pieces in place that allow this thoroughbred to stand out. Between the fenders a 4.6L mod motor cranks out 325hp with the help of a Ford Racing Power Pack consisting of a 90mm cold air intake, a reprogrammed ECU and a freer-flowing exhaust. The car starts and idles like a modern car but its heritage comes through as soon as the loud pedal is pressed. That heritage is document by Shelby ID plates on the core support and dash board that reveal this to be 06H0009. Backing up the V8 is a five-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the road through a Ford 8.8" rear packed with upgraded 3.55 gears.Around the drivetrain, Fords FR-3 suspension includes new dampers, new roll bars, and stiffer springs which lower ride height by approximately 1.5-inches. Braking is provided by large four-wheel discs while the power assisted steering is further aided by a large strut tower brace. The corners are capped off with five-spoke GT wheels wrapped in Pirelli tires. The interior is standard Mustang GT trimmed in black leather. Amenities include the Shaker 500 sound system, Sirius radio air conditioning, power windows and power locks. Look to the future and invest in this awesome 2006 Shelby GT-H.
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