You can rent a 900hp Hertz Ford Mustang for $399

You can rent a 900hp Hertz Ford Mustang for 9

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Hertz is revving up its rental fleet just in time for the summer.

The Shelby GT-H and Shelby GT500-H will be available for rental this summer.

The Shelby GT-H and Shelby GT500-H will be available for rental this summer.
(Hertz)

The company has once again partnered with Shelby American on a high-performance special edition Ford Mustang, and it’s very special.

The Mustang Shelby GT500-H’s supercharged 5.2-liter V8 has been modified to produce well over 900 horsepower and the car has been updated with a new body kit, wheels and a carbon fiber hood with extra vents to keep the engine cool and weighs 30 pounds less than the factory GT500.

The GT500-H features a supercharged 5.2-liter V8 with over 900 hp.

The GT500-H features a supercharged 5.2-liter V8 with over 900 hp.
(Hertz)

Only 25 of the cars will be built, however, and will only be available at locations in Fort Myers, Las Vegas, Miami, Orlando, Phoenix, and Tampa, priced at $399 per day.

Atlanta, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando, Phoenix and San Diego will also see larger runs of mainstream Mustang Shelby GT-H coupes and convertibles with about half the horsepower produced and offered in San Francisco and Tampa for $99 per day.

The GT-H is powered by the Mustang GT's 5.0-liter V8 and produces over 450 hp.

The GT-H is powered by the Mustang GT’s 5.0-liter V8 and produces over 450 hp.
(Hertz)

Hertz and Shelby first worked together in 1966 on the Shelby GT350H, which became known as the “Ren-a-Racer” after several people used it on racetracks, which was against the lease, as is the case with current cars.

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Several other cars have followed over the years, the last in 2016 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original, examples of which are now worth $250,000+ on the auction line.

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