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#1 OFFLINE   JeffJ

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Posted 04 February 2008 - 08:29 AM

:happy feet: :happy feet: I finally found the right one to pull the trigger on. This Friday I'll be flying from Denver, CO to Evansville, Indiana to drive home 06 GTH 102. I was going to have it shipped, but the weather is looking good this weekend so I thought that I'd just drive! I've been looking at most of them that are out on the market right now. This was one of the least expensive that I could find but also in much better shape than many that I have looked at for much more money. The dealership I'm going to already spent quite a bit on the car getting it up to par. They have done some re-paint on the front and back bumpers where there were scratches and have restriped it already. Many that I was looking at needed restriped badly. It has been on their show room floor since they have done all the work. It has 23K miles, but in better shape than others I've seen with many less miles. I know, the wheels are wrong. The stock ones were scraped and scuffed, so they put new wheels and tires on it. However, they used the new bright silver rather than the correct charcoal ones. At lease that is simply remedied as I already have a set of the correct wheels. I'm also going to go with 20" black razors here very soon. Here's some pics as it sits on the show room floor. I'll take more on my way home and when I get it here. Does anybody know what the 47 number is in the passenger side door jamb? Is that a number that perhaps the San Diego Hertz used for something? :headspin:
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Posted 04 February 2008 - 08:41 AM

Congrats with the purchase. Looks good and you will enjoy it.

Try to hold it back on the way home. It could get expensive out there.

I'm not sure what the 47 means. Maybe a Hertz person in the know can respond. Just don't take it off.
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Posted 04 February 2008 - 09:04 AM

Congrats on finding your GT-H.
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#4 OFFLINE   hertzworld

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Posted 05 February 2008 - 09:42 AM

Great I take it you got ahold of the manager at the dealership.
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#5 OFFLINE   JeffJ

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Posted 05 February 2008 - 10:32 AM

Yes I did. Everything is set up and ready for my pick up Friday night.

Thanks for the advise and helping out.
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Posted 05 February 2008 - 04:01 PM

Yes I did. Everything is set up and ready for my pick up Friday night.

Thanks for the advise and helping out.

looks great, i have to do the same, you will love the car. ed z

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Posted 05 February 2008 - 06:41 PM

Yes I did. Everything is set up and ready for my pick up Friday night.

Thanks for the advise and helping out.



No problem Jeff email me your info so I can get your hertz stuff sent out to you.
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Posted 09 February 2008 - 04:00 PM

I made it home this morning with no problems at all. A little over 1100 miles in a little less than 14 hours. I just went ahead and drove through the night after I picked it up from Expressway Ford last night around 8:00 pm. Well, the mystery for the 47 sticker above is no more. When I was cleaning it up a bit when I got home, I found the below sticker behind the filter. Company out of San Diego called Agent 47 looks like they must have rented this car. They do have a photo of a Hertz on their web site, I'm guessing #102. With their stikers attached, I'm assuming that they pushed this car pretty hard. That's the fun of this, isn't it? I will not remove their stickers as that is now part of the car's history. I sent Agent 47 an e-mail to see if they have any other info or pictures for me. I'll send you my info here shortly Dennis. Here she is home in my disaster of a shop. I'm in the middle of building the below garage and home for the Shelby. I guess I better get busy and get it done now.
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Posted 09 February 2008 - 06:09 PM

Agent 47 got back in touch with me. They actually didn't thrash on this car. They couldn't find a Shelby GT to do some development off of, so they just used a Hertz car, my #102, to do some development on for parts. Here's their Shelby GT brake cooling scoops. Interesting any how.
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Posted 06 October 2012 - 05:27 AM

Jeff,

This is Rick. Just thought I would send you an email letting you know I picked up the 07 102 convertible. She is now down in Flordia resting in the garage. Do you still have your 06 hardtop 102?

Rick

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 12:07 PM

Great looking car ... I like the brake ducts!!!
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Posted 06 October 2012 - 01:45 PM

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 07:05 PM

Jeff,

This is Rick. Just thought I would send you an email letting you know I picked up the 07 102 convertible. She is now down in Flordia resting in the garage. Do you still have your 06 hardtop 102?

Rick


Congrats on the GT-H. Jeff still has the 2006 coupe. I am pretty sure it is 102 as indicated on his signature, but best to hear from him to confirm.
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Posted 08 October 2012 - 05:26 AM

Yep, I still have the Coupe. Good to hear about the vert and welcome to Team Shelby. Please keep in contact, because if you are ever interested in selling, please let me be the first to take a shot at it. Welcome and hope to see pics and posts soon. Anything you would like to know, we have the knowledge here to help you out!
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Posted 08 October 2012 - 07:17 AM

Jeff,

This is Rick. Just thought I would send you an email letting you know I picked up the 07 102 convertible. She is now down in Flordia resting in the garage. Do you still have your 06 hardtop 102?

Rick


Rick,

Congrats on your GTH acquisition and welcome to Team Shelby, glad you found us.

We have the permanent dash plaque here at Shelby American for 07H0102. Please use the link below to request this plaque. Also there is a link in my signature line for you to register your GTH in the Shelby American Registry.

http://registry.team...egister_gth.asp

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 06:03 PM

Rick,

Congrats on your GTH acquisition and welcome to Team Shelby, glad you found us.

We have the permanent dash plaque here at Shelby American for 07H0102. Please use the link below to request this plaque. Also there is a link in my signature line for you to register your GTH in the Shelby American Registry.

http://registry.team...egister_gth.asp

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Just currious, has the 2007 GT-H # 50 car been registered?
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SAI installed polished Paxton SC # 0066 w/ GT 500 fuel pump
GT-H/SC side stripes
Shelby gauges & gauge pod
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KR rear end expansion tank
2009 Shelby Bash top 20 winner
2011 Bash In & Out cruise recognition plaque
Painted over the top stripes
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The race is run, the flag unfurled, the champion now will rest.
God speed, Carroll Shelby, we will never forget you.
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Posted 10 October 2012 - 06:57 AM

Just currious, has the 2007 GT-H # 50 car been registered?


Harald,

07H050 has not been registered with us. We also have the permanent dash plaque for the car. 07H050 was a Florida rental that is currently for sale in Buffalo New York for an advertised price of $47k Mileage appears to be around 17k

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:59 PM

Harald,

07H050 has not been registered with us. We also have the permanent dash plaque for the car. 07H050 was a Florida rental that is currently for sale in Buffalo New York for an advertised price of $47k Mileage appears to be around 17k

Steve


Thanks. any link to sale?
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Black CS 69 w/ 255/45/18 & 285/40/18 BFG G-Force KDW
Lower Billet Grill
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40th Anniversary Signature Floor Mats w/ Gold Stripes
Shelby GT Plus & Eradispeed 14" brakes & S/S brake lines
Sequential Tail lights
GTH Billet Fluid Caps
SAI installed polished Paxton SC # 0066 w/ GT 500 fuel pump
GT-H/SC side stripes
Shelby gauges & gauge pod
424RWHP 367 Torque
KR rear end expansion tank
2009 Shelby Bash top 20 winner
2011 Bash In & Out cruise recognition plaque
Painted over the top stripes
Terlingua Deep Draw Hood
2014 Vegas Bash Show & Shine Class Winner

The race is run, the flag unfurled, the champion now will rest.
God speed, Carroll Shelby, we will never forget you.
CARROLL H SHELBY

Jan. 11, 1923 May 10, 2012


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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:52 AM

Jeff,

I was wondering the same on yours. Oh well.

A question for any one. On replacing the decals {Gold Stripes}; which will be a total replacement of the hood, trunk, front & rear bumpers and sides. If I use replacement decals from Shelby does this make the car lose any valve? The present decals are faded from the Florida sun where she was a rental. I want to bring her back to a new look and before I do this want to ensure I am not stepping on her valve.

Thanks in advance!

Rick




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