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I'd pay $14,000 for a Hertz Shelby...
 

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After reading the description .... No way.

IMHO the Hertz connection means nothing either.

Jeff Speegle
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Wow, there is a shelby under all that crap?I think this one belongs on that blueoval rotting in the barn sight.

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed

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Soldier Regiment d' Carignan, New France 1665-1668
 

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That's a Shelby?!! Boy, I could have sworn that was a dog house before reading the description. *G*

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[color:blue]1969 Mach 1-in restoration</font color=blue>
[color:green]I got my stang on April Fools day. I wonder if that means something....</font color=green>
 

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I went to a big swap meet at the Ballpark in Arlington this last weekend and I found alot of what you see from this guy on ebay. When things have been neglected for so long it hardly matters what it used to be - now it's just rusted junk. Of course, there are a few exceptions, but it doesn't seem so in this case.
The Sportsroof looks decent, but it's not a 14K car. (Wish my 69 had that tilt wheel...)

Besides, I thought the GT-350H thing was over way before '69.

BTW: I did find what I was looking for at the swap meet: a pair of pristine, never been used 1966 Texas License plates for my vert. "BLM-814"

1966 GT Convertible (see it at:http://www.geocities.com/tbeamguard/66GT.html)
1969 Sportsroof (which is For Sale, by the way)
 

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Yeah, Hertz bought some more Shelbys, they just didn't have the 'H' designation in the stripe.

Tom Kubler, Long-time Mustang Enthusiast & San Antonio Mustang Club Founder
 

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Pretty trick engine mounts in the Shelby! I wouldn't buy either one at any price, I've already got a project.

John

1965 "A" Code Convertible. "298" V-8 (It is way overbored), balanced, decked, milled, forged pistons and rods, high torque cam, toploader 4 speed, red with a white top (glass window), and a white interior with black appointments.
 
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WOW, what a nice barn!! Cars, nah. He could give them to me though!!

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