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Old 02-12-2010, 07:45 AM
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rebody a 66 mustang

Hi Getting old and trying to catch up on some overdue projects. Enjoy reading all the post and seeing other people give their input on the problem. Mine is that I have a rusted out but complete 66 Mustang convertible. I have seen body shops show pictures on how they rebody a Mustang, but I like doing things myself, It feels better when you can say you did it. Are there any How To books or literature available so I can do it myself? Thanks for any help, Oldmann(and not getting any younger)

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My son has a hardtop in the shop he is fixing the floors were rusted and they guy brought in new floor patch panels . The convertible was a lot stronger floor pan. , heavier gage rocker panels, sandwich plate, under floor seat box and plate under the tunnel. the nice thing about a Mustang is there is a lot of repo parts out there. The lincoln Versaille is the same basic design and they had a factory installed stiffener u channel each side about under the seats front to back.
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