2007 Ford Shelby GT-H Mustang Sold For 0,000
The very first Ford Shelby GT-H Mustang came out forty years ago in 1966. And now, on the fortieth anniversary of its existence, its creator, the Ford Motor Company, along with the Hertz Corporation and Shelby Automobiles, have just together created the newest set of Ford Shelby GT-H Mustangs. These groups produced 500 units of this remarkable vehicle and automobile experts and car aficionados have claimed that this move has become the rebirth of the said vehicle.
The newest 2007 Ford Shelby GT-H Mustang bears the design and the style of the very first ones that rolled off the company’s manufacturing plants. However, this new one also holds a wide variety of upgrades and changes that makes it quite unique in its own way. Sure enough, the 2007 Ford Shelby GT-H Mustang can be called a vehicle that shows off a compatible harmony of the classic and the contemporary. And although superb accessories for this vehicle can also come quite hard to find like 1966 Ford Fairlane parts, the Ford Shelby GT-H Mustang still can be spruced up using various parts made for Ford vehicles.
Out of the 500 units of the Ford Shelby GT-H Mustang, only 499 were prepared and were made ready for the groups’ rental program. And what happened to the last one? The one unit that was spared for rent was set up for auction. During the EAA Air Venture for this year which is also called the “Gathering of Eagles”, one 2007 Ford Shelby GT-H Mustang was auctioned off by Spanky, who is an auctioneer of Barret-Jackson, along with Edsel Ford and Carroll Shelby. And for a whopping sum of 0,000, this unit was sold.
Tom Poberezny, the president of EAA and the chairman of AirVenture, exclaims, “Ford Motor Company’s support of EAA and its programs, in partnership with Hertz and Shelby Automobiles, is supplying a truly dazzling addition to this year’s Gathering of Eagles auction. Aviation enthusiasts enjoy performance both in the air and on the ground, and the 2007 Ford Shelby GT-H Mustang was a spectacular highlight of the evening.”
About the Author: Jason Moore, a 35 year old freelance writer from Austin, Texas. He also works as a marketing analyst for an established auto parts store in the country.