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#1 OFFLINE   ITHERTZ66

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 12:09 PM

Does anybody know how many Hertz executive cars were sold that did not go into rental service? Which CSM numbers?

What did the executives have to pay for their new Hertz cars?

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#2 OFFLINE   JeffJ

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 01:28 PM

I just want to know where the 4 stick shift executive cars are........ :shift: :hysterical:
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Posted 12 December 2012 - 01:39 PM

The way I understand, it was 34 or 35. I have one and it was never rented. The Hertz executive got it straight from Shelby.

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 02:06 PM

The way I understand, it was 34 or 35. I have one and it was never rented. The Hertz executive got it straight from Shelby.


Yes, there were that many executive cars, but only 4 with standard transmissions.
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Posted 12 December 2012 - 02:20 PM

Also, the 2007 EXEC, had 18 Stick verts
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Posted 12 December 2012 - 08:55 PM

Here's part of the answer. Below is from the GT-H Registrar addressing the '06 car count..........




Per Hertz Corporate records regarding the 2006 GT-H there was ONE car to Carroll Shelby, 23 went to Hertz employed Executives, ONE in the Hertz Corporate office atrium (Lobby), 30 went to Hertz Licensees/fleet/executives, and 445 went to the Hertz Corporate rental fleet, for a total of 500. The Hertz "atrium car" has a "Prototype GT-H" CSM plate. Also the GT-H "mule" used at the Ford Styling studios for Hertz approval had a "Prototype" CSM plate along with tan interior, "CS" faux gas cap, CS-6/8 hood-side scoops-lower valance and "Hertz Edition" badging. Yet another 2006 GT-H "Prototype" was in the SAI lobby and had dark charcoal interior. Summary is that Hertz bought 500 2006 Mustang GTs that were converted to GT-Hs and ONE of those cars had the "Prototype GT-H CSM #" so logic says there are only 499 Hertz ordered 2006 GT-Hs that actually have a "number" CSM plate. The test mule(s) that were labeled by SAI as "Prototypes" is an interesting question as to the amount built and as to their present location. Someone at SAI will have to answer that side of the question, but Hertz had ONLY 500 cars officially built for them. What CSM number is missing of the original 500?? Great research project and a great thought provoking Post by member NeilB. Hopefully the SAI Registry when completed / organized will answer these questions. (Please note that all of the above statements are facts supported by Hertz documents, photos, and direct interviews with Hertz senior staff that created the GT-H program.)

Edited by gth0007, 22 November 2010 - 06:28 AM.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 05:53 AM

Any idea what the executives had to pay for these cars? Did they have to pick them up in Vegas?

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 03:10 PM

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 08:39 PM

I just want to know where the 4 stick shift executive cars are........ :shift: :hysterical:


Jeff,

I know where one of the sticks is. Met the owner this weekend, car only has a little over 3000 miles. He was a VP for Hertz and now retired, he told me he paid around $44,000. He also has a automatic 2007 vert.
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Posted 23 December 2012 - 10:34 PM

Here's part of the answer. Below is from the GT-H Registrar addressing the '06 car count..........




Per Hertz Corporate records regarding the 2006 GT-H there was ONE car to Carroll Shelby, 23 went to Hertz employed Executives, ONE in the Hertz Corporate office atrium (Lobby), 30 went to Hertz Licensees/fleet/executives, and 445 went to the Hertz Corporate rental fleet, for a total of 500. The Hertz "atrium car" has a "Prototype GT-H" CSM plate. Also the GT-H "mule" used at the Ford Styling studios for Hertz approval had a "Prototype" CSM plate along with tan interior, "CS" faux gas cap, CS-6/8 hood-side scoops-lower valance and "Hertz Edition" badging. Yet another 2006 GT-H "Prototype" was in the SAI lobby and had dark charcoal interior. Summary is that Hertz bought 500 2006 Mustang GTs that were converted to GT-Hs and ONE of those cars had the "Prototype GT-H CSM #" so logic says there are only 499 Hertz ordered 2006 GT-Hs that actually have a "number" CSM plate. The test mule(s) that were labeled by SAI as "Prototypes" is an interesting question as to the amount built and as to their present location. Someone at SAI will have to answer that side of the question, but Hertz had ONLY 500 cars officially built for them. What CSM number is missing of the original 500?? Great research project and a great thought provoking Post by member NeilB. Hopefully the SAI Registry when completed / organized will answer these questions. (Please note that all of the above statements are facts supported by Hertz documents, photos, and direct interviews with Hertz senior staff that created the GT-H program.)

Edited by gth0007, 22 November 2010 - 06:28 AM.

Anyone know the CSM numbers for the 53 that went to Hertz execs and licensees? Would be interesting to know how many are still owned by them and how many were re-sold.
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