Although I got a thorough flaming (3rd degree burns essentially) the last time I brought this up, I am considering a frame upgrade. A modern, full framed car, IMHO, would be a far better platform to begin with than starting with a 40 year old unibody, at least for handling and performance purposes if not safety. Perhaps one of the things I should have brought up the first time I posted a similar idea is that my car has been through some pretty serious wrecks. I had it put on a frame machine, and supposedly its great, but how accurate could a frame machine truly be on a unibody vehicle? Anyway, the naysayers at the time said it would be virtually impossible. My 10 year old son got me the July 2005 Hot Rod for Father's day ( :OT: I went through an extremely nasty 2 year divorce and was surprised to get anything his mother funded ), and on page 50, the Hot Rod article says that Art Morrison is now offering a full frame replacement for unibody cars. Of freakin' course, they are only offered for Chevy's at this point (what else, a Camaro), but the article says "other unibody musclecars (soon)." We can't be too far down that list given our numbers of vehicles on the road today and our support of the aftermarket. I'm sure I'll get some good flames for going back to the well on this one, but what are some members thoughts? I believe it could be a whole new level in restomod mustangs personally, and it would almost certainly allow for the installation of mod motors in our early classics (which obviously creates a great deal of debate also based on my earlier posts) unless Art Morrison screws it up royally.