Hertz to Rent Ford Shelby GT-H Convertible

Following last year’s special run of the Ford Mustang GT-H available for rental through the Hertz Fun Collection, a convertible version of the high-performance, special-edition coupe will be available at select Hertz airport locations in Arizona, California, Colorado and Hawaii, later this year.

The Shelby GT-H Mustang program was launched in 2006 to commemorate a plan by Carroll Shelby and The Hertz Corporation in 1966 to help put high-performance, special-edition Shelby Mustang coupes into the hands of racing enthusiast-minded rental customers.

Some 500 Shelby GT-H Mustang convertibles will be available for rent. The convertibles will be built at Shelby Auto’s facility in Las Vegas for delivery to Hertz.

The first run of Shelby GT-H Mustang coupes are being retired from the fleet, and are in the process of being auctioned off to Ford dealers. Some of the early GT-H coupes to reach auction have been sold for $60,000 to $90,000.

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