Licensed 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible Body Shell to Debut at 2011 SEMA

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Willing to drive the Mustang that started it all? You don’t necessarily have to buy one and strip it to the bare metal in order to start your perfect classic car project, you could also turn to Ford’s licensed reproduction steel body shells for a base.
The latest product to join the line-up is a ‘65 Mustang Convertible body, which is offered together with Dynacon. If you choose this pathway, you’ll get modern high-quality steel and welding tech, with the body coming rustproof straight from the factory.

The 1965 Mustang Convertible body will be showcased at the upcoming SEMA show and can be yours for $15,000.

This piece of news brings us to an idea we’ve been supporting for years: why don’t automakers brings back some of the their old models for enthusiasts? We know there are a lot of answers, but still, think about how it could be to drive off in you brand-new, classic ‘Stang straight from the dealership.
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