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Old 03-24-2005, 02:12 AM
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!968 Mustang

I'm looking for some info about someone who grafted a foxbodied 5.0 frontend
on a 67-68 Mustang.

I saw it in a magazine , but darned if I can remeber where.

Thanks,

Keith Daleen
Sedalia, Mo.

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Do you mean the strut suspension conversion?
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Best I can remember. It looked like they used everything from the firewall forward from the foxbody and welded it to the 67-68. Then made new fender and hood mounts.

Keith
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I've yet to see that.
There is a good site for a guy putting a 65/66 Fastback shell on an '03 Cobra unibody. I had it, but a computer swap caused me to lose it.
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