2014 Ford Mustang GTEmail Send Email
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Model:Mustang GT
Body Type:2-Dr Coupe
Engine:5.0L 4V TI-VCT V8/435-bhp w/400 lb.-ft. of torque
Exterior Color:Black w/Gold Stripe
Interior:Black Leather
Transmission:6-Speed Select Shift Automatic


Original Base Price: $35,310.00
Number Produced: 150
Wheelbase: 107.1-Inches
  Track, Front: 62-Inches
  Track, Rear: 62.9-Inches
Length: 188.5-Inches
Curb Weight: 3618-Pounds
Engine: 90-Degree V8
Displacement: 5.0L/305cid 4V TI-VCT V8
Compression Ratio: 11:1
BHP (Brake Horsepower): 435@6500rpm
Torque: 400 lb-ft. @4400rpm
Fuel Delivery: Direct Injection
Transmission: 6-Speed Select Shift Automatic
Differential: 3.55:1
Front Suspension: MacPherson Strut
Rear Suspension: Solid, Live Axle
Brakes: Front Brakes:
  Brembo 11.8 x 0.75-Inch Disc
  Rear Brakes:
  Brembo 11.8 x 0.75-Inch Disc
Ignition: Coil on Plug
Battery: 12-Volt
Tire Size: Front: P265/40WR19
  Rear: P285/35WR20
Fuel Capacity: 16-Gallons
Oil Capacity: 8-Quarts (with Filter)
Cooling System: 15.2-Quarts


In the 1960’s, Hertz Rent-A-Car ordered a number of Mustang GT’s for their rental lots. This turned out to be a bad business choice for Hertz. When people got word that they could “rent” a Mustang GT for the weekend, there was a large demand for the Black with Yellow Stripes oddity . . .

Here’s where the problems started; the cars were taken to the drag strip then thrashed to the very edge of existence.

More Hertz Mustang GT’s were returned – under the cover of darkness – when the agency had already closed down for the day, due to the damage inflicted on the Mustangs. Blown Engines, Broken Differentials, Damaged Transmissions and worn out rear tires were so commonplace that Hertz eventually removed every single car from service. As a result, these cars have become treasured collector’s items among muscle car enthusiasts!

To coincide with Penske Racing having Hertz as a sponsor on their NASCAR Team, a new version on the Mustang Hertz/Penske GT was introduced to Hertz rental agencies, only with better results than the catastrophe of the 1960’s. Once again, muscle car enthusiasts rejoice.