It has a black finish with bold gold stripes bisecting the car. Under the hood is a matching numbers 289ci K-code Windsor V8 matched with a C4 three-speed automatic transmission. It also features a four-barrel carburetor, electronic ignition. Factory rates of the GT350H is at 306 horsepower and 329 lb-ft of torque. The engine bay also had an export brace as well as a Monte Carlo bar.
The example features an electronic ignition, four-barrel carburetor, hood and side scoops, dual-outlet exhaust, front disc brakes, hood pins, 14-inch Magnum 500-style wheels, latch-and-link harnesses for both driver and passenger, dash-mounted tachometer, and a push-button AM radio.
The interior features front bucket seat with black vinyl trim and a folding rear bench with textured inserts. The dashboard features a 140-mph speedometer, dash-mounted tachometer, and auxiliary gauges. Total mileage of the example is unknown although the odometer shows a mileage of only 6k with the current owner driving roughly around 500 miles in the example.
It is said that the GT350H was the result of the partnership between Ford and Hertz car rental company. The current consigner was able to acquire the example back in 1981. In 2015, it was refurbished.