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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.

That lump of change gets you a shell that meets or exceeds the original specifications, including higher-quality metal than was used when the vehicles first rolled off of the assembly line. Dynacorn International will produce the shells under license from Ford. Hit the jump to view the full press release for yourself.Continue reading Ford releases 1967 Mustang Convertible bodyshell

Ford releases 1967 Mustang Convertible bodyshell originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 22 Dec 2011 18:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.



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$15k for a shell??? No motor, trans, dash, interior, glass, convertible top etc.. Seems a bit expensive for a hunk of fancy metal.

If someone were to pick up a shell like this and build a road worthy car, can it be registered and legally driven on public roads? These shells dont have VIN #s right?
 

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testdummy, I like all this cool random car-related shit you find lol.
 

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$15k for a shell??? No motor, trans, dash, interior, glass, convertible top etc.. Seems a bit expensive for a hunk of fancy metal.

If someone were to pick up a shell like this and build a road worthy car, can it be registered and legally driven on public roads? These shells dont have VIN #s right?
I'm pretty sure that this shell is meant to replace the sheet metal of an existing car, not serve as a basis for building a car (that would be the chassis).
 
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