800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-H convertible is a rare example of modern performance heritage. So when a car is an instant classic, you're on the lookout for a low-mileage and well-preserved example of this loaded V8 droptop.
The paring of Shelby and Hertz is legendary. The exclusive black and gold cars were originally for those who wanted to be a professional racer every weekend. But while the 1966 cars were used and abused, the four decades later, the official tribute cars were highly-controlled weekend show machines. In fact, there were only 500 convertibles built to celebrate this legendary pairing. This example is a garage-kept car that retains its sleek black look and tight panel fit. And the exclusive gold striping adds a bold way to make this look like a racecar for the road. While the paint theme is already one of the most sinister ever created for the Shelby Mustang, there's much more to this total package. The performance hood, locking pins, aluminum grilles, special black 18-inch wheels, full-width rear spoiler, and all the right Shelby badging makes sure everyone sees this as pure intimidation on wheels.
Because only black will do on a car like this, you not only have the black folding top, but beneath it is also a full charcoal leather interior. This is built for driving, and it starts with the sculpted front bucket seats that are all-day comfortable. Yours even power adjusts to the ideal driving position. As a loaded pony car, you get all the best in modern features. This includes cruise control, power locks, keyless entry, dual airbags, and a Shaker 500 AM/FM stereo with in-dash disc changer. The power windows and power convertible top mean you never have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience. With the air conditioning blowing nice and cold, you can enjoy the top-up experience even in the summertime when it is too warm to have it down. Plus, to make sure you never forget how special this machine is, there are distinct touches, like the sill plates and a light bar. The dash even has the official plaque showing this is car #149.
More than just the appearance of performance, the Shelby GT-H was given a nice upgrade over the Mustang GTs. The 4.6-liter was given a cold air intake and new exhaust with performance X-pipe construction right from the start. This deeper breathing gave the GT-H a total of 325 horsepower. On a car this well preserved, you'll be glad to know this is the believe to be the original motor with its original equipment. In fact, as you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll even be able to spot some factory tags still preserved. While you're noticing that, you'll also pick up on the upgrades such as the specially tuned dampers, performance springs, and thick sway bars front & rear that were all part of this GT-H from day one. The upgraded handling combined with the five-speed automatic transmission, power steering, four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, and BF Goodrich gForce tires create an outstanding total package. That's why we know you won't be able to resist adding to the low odometer.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the GT-H that has been treated with respect from day one. So if you're a true collector, don't let this one slip away. Call now!
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