A Shelby GT-H for the Masses, Not Just Hertz Automotive News has revealed that the third Shelby Mustang in Ford's pony car corral will be a retail version of the Hertz Shelby GT-H rent-a-racer called the Shelby GT. The car will be a 2007 model and production will be at least a few thousand. No word if the Shelby GT will differ from the rental car in any way, either visually or mechanically. Camaro to roar back by 2008 It's really happening: The Chevy Camaro is coming back as a production car, the Free Press has learned. General Motors Corp. Chairman Rick Wagoner is expected to announce the resurrection of the legendary muscle car in a speech Thursday to an automotive conference in Traverse City. The Camaro could be built as early as 2008 and will offer three engines, a V-6 and two V-8s, according to people familiar with the plans. The Camaro was introduced in 1966 as the answer to the Ford Mustang, and it prowled America's streets and drag strips until production ended in 2002. Like the concept, the production Camaro will be based on GM's new Zeta global architecture for rear-wheel-drive cars engineered by Holden in Australia for the VE Commodore. Zeta is expected to form the basis for several big, powerful sedans and coupes to be introduced over the next few years.