Ford releases 1967 Mustang Convertible bodyshell

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  1. CreamyBone

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    Ford has expanded its licensed reproduction body shell offerings. The company announced professionals
    and enthusiasts alike would be able to purchase brand-new 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible shells earlier
    this year, and now the automaker has added the 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible shell to the mix, as well.
    Now, instead of being forced to source a shell and repair the inevitable rust, restorers can simply snap
    up new metal, thereby saving time and money in the process. Like the '65 Convertible, '67 Fastback and
    '69 Fastback, the '67 Convertible will carry a price tag of $15,995.

    http://www.autoblog.com/2011/12/22/ford-releases-1967-mustang-convertible-bodyshell/

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    that's probably 3 times the cost of the original car
     
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    Good news for Cubans!....oh wait....never mind...
     
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    I think a '64 was $2,500... so it'd be at least that.
     
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    This would still be cheaper than trying to restore a body to mint plus you wouldn't have all the spot welded sheet metal and bondo.
     
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    No leasing options? :sadschmoopy:
     
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    I think it's a good deal for sure. Does it come primered or just bare metal?
     
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    My parents bought a 67 Mustang because when I was a baby the only car they had was a MGB and I rode on my Mom's lap.
     
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    :nocheer:
     
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    Stoopy probably still thinks his car is better than a 60s era mustang.
     
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    Where do I get the chassis
     
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    gwartney Is there gas in the car? VIP

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    I was going to tell him a junk yard.
     
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    P-B Honourary Canuck Gold

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    If SFN doesn't reopen soon, I'ma gonna have to start doing my show threads here.
     
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    gwartney Is there gas in the car? VIP

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    There seem to be some car lovers here. That reminds me. Have you seen Flathead here?
     
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    P-B Honourary Canuck Gold

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    Yes. Yes, I have.
     
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    I think I'd rather just buy a 67 mustang
     
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    Yeah, nothing quite like old iron. This is a link from a thread I posted Aug/2010 you might like.
    A 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 Convertible Concept Car. One of possibly three ever built. (Although $3.25 million seems a bit steep) :cool:
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    (many more pics in the link)


    Link: http://www.dawgsaloon.com/showthread.php/124-Artwork-With-Wheels