By Meredith Ganzman
Covered in dirt and missing taillights and a bumper, this clunker may actually be worth a whole lot of cash.
It’s a 1966 Shelby GT350H. Hertz made less than a thousand of the Mustangs in its signature black and gold color.
The car was found sitting for the last 30 years in what has been described as a “little old lady’s garage” in Kentucky. And they can now fetch $100,000 to $250,000.
This one may not get that much, because it appears someone was renovating it and never finished the job, according to BarnFinds.com. It has one red door, but the engine is in tact. It also has a four-speed manual transmission. If that equipment is original, the car would be even more valuable.
Looks like the car’s new owner found a collectible worth its weight in black and gold.