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2006 Mustang GT-H Hertz Racer

Ford, Shelby, and Hertz Team Up for Special Edition Racer

In a throwback to the famed Shelby GT350H “Rent-A-Racer” program from the 1960s, Ford Motor Company, Shelby Automobiles and The Hertz Corporation are partnering to produce a special run of performance-modified Ford Mustang GTs – designated Shelby Mustang GT-H, for “Hertz”.

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2000 Mustang Cobra R

2000 Cobra RThe 2000 Cobra R was designed with one purpose in mind - racing. Featuring a 5.4L 32 valve engine, this performance icon lays down a staggering 385 horsepower – all natural. This Mustang is the complete package, from the funtional ground effects to the race inspired interior – this car means business.

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2003 / 2004 Mach 1

Mach 1 WheelsThe new Mach 1 is much like its 1969 forefather it is the type that everyone craves for, making it almost perfect. Now the 1969 Mach 1 was equipped with a 250-horsepower 351-cubic-inch V-8 as standard equipment, and offered an optional 320-horse 390 V-8, as well as 335- and 360-horse 428s. The new Mach comes in only one strength. Underneath the signature shaker hood is the aspirated, 32-valve, DOHC 4.6-liter V-8 that formerly powered the SVT Cobra.

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2003 / 2004 Mustang SVT Cobra “Terminator”

2003 Ford Mustang SVT CobraThis limited production 10th anniversary steed was, at the time, the most powerful production Mustang Ford had ever produced. Equipped with an M112 Eaton supercharger, the 4.6L DOHC modular engine produced a factory rated 390 horsepower – later revealed to have been underrated, making more like 430 horsepower. Code named the “Terminator” by SVT, this vehicle was built to remove all doubt as to who won the ponycar wars.

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2001 / 2002 Mustang Bullitt

Ford Mustang Bullitt Front ClipThe regular Mustang GT was remodeled for the 1999 model year into what we know as the Bullitt edition GT. At first critics were not pleased with the new design because of the creases and flat planes that were laid over the bulging curves of the 1994 model. Yet, there were other changes that were made to the C-pillar and the rear quarter-panel that has made the Bullitt more appealing to enthusiasts. It was given a much lowered suspension, new rocker-panel moldings, and incredible mag-style wheels.

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