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Old 11-01-2011, 07:54 AM
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New 65/66 Mustang

And it is from Ford!!!

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/45102253.../#.Tq-b60NkSdZ

How about them apples..??

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Too bad it isn't a fastback.
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Now GM needs to step up to the plate and offer the `57 Chevrolet. Plus the `57 Apache. the `64 Corvette stingray split window, the `69 Camaro Z28 Just to name a few, but because GM is GM and they can`t do nothing right anymore it won`t happen.
Then Ford could step up and offer the Stang in the menacing yet beautiful fastback design. Plus offer up some more classics like the late 60`s Ford Sport Custom short wheel base pickup. Then add the option multi-mount engine bay frames so any power train could be used since you have to assemble it yourself along with a few other modern day items such as internal regulated alternator so you don`t have to fool with any voltage regulators or generators, a up to date stereo system. Wider wheel wells and wider wheels.
Improved passenger safety options, and of course, air conditioning option.
Give those classics those options and then were cookin` with crisco.
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Now GM needs to step up to the plate and offer the `57 Chevrolet. Plus the `57 Apache. the `64 Corvette stingray split window, the `69 Camaro Z28 Just to name a few, but because GM is GM and they can`t do nothing right anymore it won`t happen.
Then Ford could step up and offer the Stang in the menacing yet beautiful fastback design. Plus offer up some more classics like the late 60`s Ford Sport Custom short wheel base pickup. Then add the option multi-mount engine bay frames so any power train could be used since you have to assemble it yourself along with a few other modern day items such as internal regulated alternator so you don`t have to fool with any voltage regulators or generators, a up to date stereo system. Wider wheel wells and wider wheels.
Improved passenger safety options, and of course, air conditioning option.
Give those classics those options and then were cookin` with crisco.
The Camaro bodies are being offered by Dynacorn: http://www.dynacornclassicbodies.com/gm_models2.html
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Let me get this straight, Ford is buying these bodies from Dynacor? Unless a LOT has changed those bodies are junk. At least the ones I looked over at SEMA a few years ago, they were so wavy it would take a hundred hours to make them paint ready, they were FILLED with waves and ripples and wavy body lines they were horrible.

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Given what I have seen of the last 2 Mustang projects that came by if I have new metal...no rust and all we need to do is fix some body lines and some wavy panels Thank you I will take that...

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If Government Motors, at least partially owned by every one of us taxpayers, offers anything retro, the Obumma Administration will have sunk to an even deeper low then the scandals they already have arranged

I agree with Sam - those original Mustang restos - phew!! More work and expenses then what they are really worth

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