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  1. CSM 16H0146

    Hey Bo Congratulations on owning #146. As for other 2016 GT-Hs out of the country, there are at least 2 exported to England, 2 to Switzerland and 1 is owned in Austria.....along with 1 in Canada and 1 owned in Mexico.
  2. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    Ken.......once again, congratulations. Looks as though you may have gotten the last GTH from Hertz available on the east coast. The dozen or so cars Hertz has left for sale are in California, plus 1 each in New Mexico, Texas and Arizona.
  3. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    That would be great. Thank you. Reason I question the mileage....when Hertz was advertising the car earlier this spring, they were stating it had over 23000.0 miles. The current dealership's listing of 2858 miles is likely a typo.
  4. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    Update: There are 17 cars listed f/s by Hertz and the Tennessee car is off the market...sale pending
  5. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    Two previously "no longer available" cars were relisted earlier today so the count is back up to 23 on the Hertz site. Yes, most are in California (17); the remaining are........Texas (2), Arizona (2), New Mexico (1) & Florida (1). The Pennsylvania car that "disappeared" from the site the day of the upgrade is still among the missing. This is not the first time this car went missing. It was this very same car that was being hyped by Hertz as the first 2016 GT-H to be sold to the public back in August 2016 (Mecum Auction). A couple weeks before the auction....poof...it was dropped from the docket.
  6. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    Here's the scoop as I know it to be........ No, Hertz hasn't sold off the remaining GTHs, though they did sell a bunch of them these past 7 days...and NO, there's no word on the street of a mass dumping of cars into an auction process. A couple days ago, Hertz began an "upgrade" to their site. In doing so, the ability for we GTH enthusiasts to monitor a list of 2016 GThs for sale has become more of a challenge. Any links to the old site are no good. This upgrade seems to be a job in progress because some site functions worked different today than yesterday. When searching the new site, I found the filters work slightly different than the old site and there's a maximum 500 mile range restriction which needs to be worked around in order to do a thorough one time coast to coast search. I'm anything but a whiz when it comes to navigating websites. I'm still becoming familiar with their site's new features. I have managed to capture links to the 21 cars currently on their site. (see my post "06, '07 & '16 GTHs for sale on.........) As mentioned above, the visuals are completely different on their site. I'm hoping as time goes by, their IT folks will continue to smooth out more of the wrinkles and the site will become more user friendly..........at least for us dinosaurs.
  7. Anyone notice anything different?

  8. GTH Totaled???

    16h116 and reportedly no serious injuries........
  9. Car 295....need documents

    Congratulations on receiving the Hertz documents. It's good to know they (Hertz) still has unclaimed owners packets. There's at least a possibility the dealership from whom you purchased the car did not buy the car at auction since a quick check of Carfax shows the car was previously registered in the same area as the dealership for a few years. Could the car have been traded in?? If so, the dealer should then be able to put you in touch with the previous owner?? Worth a shout out to the dealership....better yet, the salesman you dealt with.
  10. Karl Thank you for pointing out the Craig's List post.....another pair of eyes is always welcome. Dick
  11. Car 295....need documents

    Steve Fleske has retired ....Mike Beard is now the Hertz contact person. mbeard@hertz.com I believe the phone # is unchanged Steven Thornton is the current Shelby contact stevent@shelby .com
  12. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    I think we've beat this into submission. Hard as I try, I can't wrap my head around the fact that 2 folks, logging into the same site, could see such wildly different results. In an effort to better understand what could be going on with the Hertz site, I followed your lead from above. Over a span of about 15 minutes, I logged into the site 4 times, each time using a different path to hopefully arrive at the final destination of the list of GTHs for sale. I could not replicate your results. My efforts got me to the same page each time. ......... a total of 47 cars for sale......39 listed as GTHs........8 listed as GTs..........34 listed @ $44900, the remaining 13 at various other dollars. It's confusing to say the least. But I think you said it best up above............."it is what it is".
  13. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    I guess I'm not being clear and for that I apologize. Let me try again....... Most of what you've said is spot on. Yes, I agree, there are many things that affect a search. My intent was simply to point out the misleading GT listing. Make no mistake, I'm not disputing your observations. All I'm trying to point out is that what you've seen in the last 24-36 hours is NOT routine or regular adjustments to the site by Hertz. I've been camped on the Hertz site for over a year...ever since they listed the first GTH for sale. I visit that site a least one a day, 7 days a week. Now, while I can't comment on the Hertz IT department or whether their inventory management system is stone age or state of the art, it really doesn't concern me. The only interest I have is the info on the screen when I sign on their site. Given my frequency of visits to the Hertz site, I can say with absolute certainty there is no evidence of regular, routine updating (I'm speaking about only GTHs) whether it's done "live" or by manual input. I have seen things change sometimes as frequently as 2 and 3 times in one day and the flip side is as common. I've seen 3, 4 and 5 days roll by with nothing different. The only activity which can be said to remotely follow a schedule has been their periodic price adjustments....which seem to occurred every 1-2 months. That, by the way, is what is currently taking place. Over the past couple days, Hertz has done price adjusts on 41 of the 47 cars. And if past pricing adjustment timelines are any indication, the process typically takes 24-48 hours (depending upon how many cars are involved). Bottom line seems to be...when the cars were selling, there was activity...cars being added to replace those sold. If the cars were NOT moving, the site was inactive, for days at a time. Hope I've helped clear it up. Lastly, I'm curious about a point you made in the previous reply posted a few hours ago. If I'm understanding you correctly, you said there were only 45 cars listed on the Hertz site. Am I understanding correctly?? ...the same 47 cars have been continuously listed since Monday. I'm confused that 2 folks can look at the same site yet apparently see something different.
  14. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    Yes, that's correct......sites do update. But in this case, as you can see on my post where I maintain a list of Shelby GTHs for sale ("06, 07 & '16 GTHs currently for sale ............."), the Hertz listing of GTHs has changed only once in the last couple days. This has been the norm for as long as they (Hertz) has been listing these cars. They are not routinely adding and removing GThs on a daily basis. I believe the confusion of how many cars are currently on their site comes from how Hertz identifies the cars. For reasons I cannot explain, Hertz chooses to list most of the GTHs as a "2016 Ford Mustang GT-H", but there's always a handful identified as "2016 Ford Mustang GT ". (Right now, today, there's 8 GTHs listed as "GTs) So if someone goes to the Hertz Car Sales site and goes through the multi-step search process, unless you know to check both GTH and GT boxes, you won't see them all. To add further confusion, every once in awhile, I've seen Hertz list one of these GTHs as a "2016 Ford Shelby GT-H".
  15. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    Actually, there are 47 GTHs currently listed on the Hertz site...........and 28 are priced @ $44900.