We are on the case @audiobycarmine so in the meantime I am gonna bleep all I bleep want and I will do my bleep to make this entertaining for everyone because bleep can be funny too.
@audiobycarmine adopted? No. Taken over by? Yes!
I am planning on bleeping all over the place while the tech team works on this behind the scenes. May the bleep be with you and your mega awesome bleep OS bleep, bleep, bleep.
Well here is what I know about rental cars and working in the racing industry.
Everything claimed on the Shelby's does happen to the regular rental cars.
We travel to events and while we are not always driving a performance car it has not stopped us from Laps at Atlanta Speedway, Runs on the quarter mile at NHRA weekends, and yes Auto crossing at some events that have it available.
Not to mention the dounuts and burnouts in parking lots and other areas.
Also parts swaps are very common. I have seen on the web many telling the tale. I saw one where a guy hat a GTP GP and he wanted the softer rear seat GM upgraded in later models. The dealer would not do it. So he went to another dealer took a test drive and he and his buddy swapped the seat and took the car back. I have seen similar things happen with engine parts too.
In fact one guy rented Ford Fairmonts at each NHRA stop for his stock class and he would race the car. He never drove the same car twice and ended up national champion. No crew no towing just rent the car and bring a helmet.
So while the stories on the I can say many of the claims of the Shelby do happen in the rental fleets.
I went to one event and my rental was a new Mustang. I can say the temptation is there.
I am re-posting what @RallyeRalph was trying to post, before our software went mental and cut him off. Sorry about that, here's the full text:
@Davidb sorry about the bleeps and deletion of text in your response, we are working on a bleeping fix for this bleep. Please bear with us, this isn't intentional.