In 1964, at the World's Fair in New York, a specially designed for the young driver, attractively designed coupe presented to the public. This sporty and inexpensive Ford Mustang, the progenitor of the pony cars, was available from April 64 and in just half a year Ford sold an incredible 680,000 pieces of it. In 1965, a high-performance road version of the Mustang, the GT 350, built by Carroll Shelby, with a 4.7-liter V8 engine. The car rental company Hertz ordered 1000 copies of the GT 350 H (H stands for Hertz) in black with gold trim to rent to customers also race cars, which very quickly found favor on the 306-hp Mustang Mustang.
- faithfully reproduced body with fine surface textures
- Separate, movable bonnet
- Multi-part, detailed engine
- Separate exhaust system
- Detailed interior with authentic instrument board and textured bucket seats
- Detailed suspension
- faithfully reproduced rims
- detailed chassis
- many chrome parts, including rims, bumpers and grille
- Instructions and authentic decals
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