Beauty or Blasphemy?

Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by StreetsideStig, Dec 6, 2012.


  1. StreetsideStig

    StreetsideStig Active Member

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    What do you guys think?


    I think it's incredible. My heart was racing as it watched this.
  2. Wicked65

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    I think its a pretty cool setup. Would be fun to drive.
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  3. tx65coupe

    tx65coupe Active Member

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    I think its just an overdone show car. I can appreciate the time and work that went into it, but honestly just do not care for overly custom stuff like this. I dig the powerplant though.
  4. Noobz347

    Noobz347 Stangnet Facilities Maint Tech... Er... Janitor Admin Dude

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    Disagree... That thing was purpose built to have the crap driven out of it.
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  5. K:^P

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    Beauty. He made it better. I don't think the car was a Boss 429 in the first place. Even if it was, I would still approve on the build. Not like he chop a T-top on the car. He made it better.
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  6. Grabbergreen

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    IF it is on the road and not in a scrap heap I am for it. hate to see the bodies waste away.
  7. rbohm

    rbohm Founding Member

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    bodie stroud is an artist who makes things better, and often times starts with junk that most restorers wouldnt even touch. i fully approve of his efforts. another mustang rescued from the scrap heap.
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    iskwezm Advanced Member

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    I think anything is better then stock.How many time can you go to a car show and see a mustang with rally wheels and pony interior.That takes no thought process, just replacing parts. To design a car that all parts work together and look right isnt easy.
  9. Grabbergreen

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    He's an artist for sure and has a one off car. Plus like it was mentioned another Mustang saved from the junkyard
  10. flstang65

    flstang65 Well-Known Member

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    i can dig it
  11. rbohm

    rbohm Founding Member

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    one more nice thing is that stroud used a ford engine in a ford car. some builders would have put in a chevy motor, or even(shudder) a chrysler motor.
  12. horse sence

    horse sence Please don't call me Mom SN Certified Technician

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    no, no, noooooo!!
  13. 65-Fstbk

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    I like it. Being in the middle of trying to restore one on my own I am simply blown away by the effort and work that was done to it. An unbelievable amount of work, that motor, incredible. Frankenstang!!

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