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Old 07-01-2013, 06:08 AM
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Just noticed I told yall the wrong price. The guy is asking 4k. I have a friend who owns a shop Ill have him look at it. Keep me posted if yall think of anything else.
Being a "Unibody", the structure obviously has to be solid. The front end 'sheet metal' is actually stressed, structurally speaking. That's to say the sheet metal is what keeps the car together in large part. Because he readily admitted the car shimmies above a certain sped (and assuming the front end has been aligned and the problem remains) is pointing to a problem of some sort. It could be nothing more than an out of adjustment wheel bearing, or it could be pointing to major problems. There are a couple places in the shock tower area that need to be inspected closely for having become rusted/separated. Rust can hasten separation of these stampings, but even w/o rust present, there can still be separation of the structure in critical areas.

As has been said already, take it to a trustworthy mechanic who specializes (or has intimate knowledge of) the early Mustangs. The thing in your favor is the availability of aftermarket parts up to and including complete bodies!

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