Updating or adding to the G -Hertz Racer family registry

There were only 619 XR7-Gs built. They were built along side the Shelby Mustang, and were available with every engine and transmission offered in 1968, (except the 427). This was the first Cougar to be a part of the Hertz Rent a Racer program. If you have any information about these rare cats, this is the place to share. The XR7-G registry is maintained by Royce Peterson.
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redryder44
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Updating or adding to the G -Hertz Racer family registry

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Hi All. I have had a G-Hertz racer for about 5 years. Have had some mechanical and restorative work done. She may be on the registry, but has not been updated for some time. What is needed to update registry into my name, etc.? Also, does anyone have an approximate value range estimate for insurance purposes I can use being in good condition with 77,000 miles? Thanks Ruth
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Send me a PM and we can make sure the registry entry is proper.
1968 GT-E XR-7 W code 427 Augusta Green / Saddle
1968 XR-7 R code 428CJ Ram Air Red / Black
1910 Model T Ford Touring Red / Black
1914 Model T Touring Maroon / Black
1915 Model T Ford Touring Black / Black
1917 Model T Ford Torpedo Runabout Green / Black
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It's interesting - this XR7-G lives in Hastings Minnesota. My dad bought my 1917 Model T from the original owner in Hastings, MN and I still own it today. Hastings is famous for its "Spiral Bridge" that used to cross the river with its spiral ending up on one end of down town. The spiral was necessary so that the bridge could be level, the other side being much higher on a bluff.

My dad bought my Model T in Hastings in 1951 shortly after the bridge was demolished to make way for a new bridge that could accommodate heavier traffic.
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1968 GT-E XR-7 W code 427 Augusta Green / Saddle
1968 XR-7 R code 428CJ Ram Air Red / Black
1910 Model T Ford Touring Red / Black
1914 Model T Touring Maroon / Black
1915 Model T Ford Touring Black / Black
1917 Model T Ford Torpedo Runabout Green / Black
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