12. 1966 Shelby GT350-H: $600,000
Back in 1966, Shelby teamed up with the Hertz rental company to make 1,000 black and gold GT350 fastbacks. Soon, the GT350-H was a legend among people looking to rent a race car. They could enjoy it through the weekend and return it on Monday. There were even reports of drivers returning cars with race numbers on the side and holes drilled for race roll cages.
Eventually, Hertz stopped offering sports cars, but the legend was already born. A full 41 years after the original GT350-H, Shelby introduced the GT model. They produced it for rental purposes, making it available at select locations. They offered the first new Shelby GT for sale at a Barrett-Jackson auction in 2007. It fetched a whopping $600,000 and all the funds went to Carroll Shelby’s Children’s Foundation.