1967 Ford Mustang Convertible shell now available

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  1. MRaburn

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    Just about two months ago, we showed off the “new” 1965 Ford Mustang shell blessed by Ford, and now, there’s more to the story here as we near Christmas time. Today, we read the 1967 Ford Mustang convertible will also join the 1965 Ford Mustang shell already in-demand, and is the fourth reproduction body officially licensed by Ford Motor Company. The price for this Dynacorn classic Ford Mustang shell? Just shy of $16K, so doing that restomod of your dreams really isn’t going to break the bank, getting it done right.
    So what makes this one so special? Well, to make the cut, these aftermarket players & pieces have to meet (and often exceed) the fit, finish, and quality of the original production shells & panels. Well, that should be a decent feat to meet, we think, as there has been a great deal of technological and manufacturing refinement since the mid-1960s. All this aside, the very notion these shells are becoming commonplace in the time of classic Ford Mustang scarcity (at least non-hack jobs) is pretty cool. We’re pretty pumped up about it!
    Keep reading to see the full scoop in the official Press Release from FoMoCo…
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    Read more of 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible shell now available at StangNet!
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