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This year at the SEMA show in Las Vegas Classic Recreations showcased their first right hand drive convertible Shelby GT500CR …

After unveiling a licensed 1965-1966 Mustang Convertible body shell at SEMA earlier this year, Ford has officially announced the availability of a 1967 Mustang Convertible body shell. This newest officially licensed Ford Restoration part is now available to order starting at $15,995. The 1967 convertible is the fourth reproduction classic Mustang body available to restorers, joining the ’65 convertible, the ’67 fastback and the ’69 fastback.
“To qualify as an official Ford-licensed restoration part, the ’67 body shell has to meet or exceed the fit, finish and quality of the original,” …

Last week Ford officially announced that they were partnering with Dynacorn to offer customers reproduction body shells for the 1964 1/2 to 1966 Mustang Convertibles. The new body shell is the latest Mustang in the Dynacorn lineup, which also includes the 1967 Fastback and Convertible as well as the 1969-1970 Fastback.
The new convertible body shells are constructed of higher grade steel than original bodies, and modern welding techniques also provide a stronger frame as well. Included in the package are the doors and trunk lid and all the sheet …

A few days ago we posted about the possibility of a brand new officially licensed Ford body shell. specifically 1964-1966 models. Well the rumors were true and we have the photos to prove it. The new bodies are produced by Dynacorn International who already produce a range of bodies for Ford including 1967 and 1968 […]

It’s a classic car lover’s dream come true: Now it is possible to build a ’64½, ’65 or ’66 Mustang convertible from the wheels up using the all-new Ford-approved and officially licensed body shell.
The body shell for the original Mustang convertible, now in production and available for restorers as a Ford-licensed restoration part, gives classic car enthusiasts a new option in putting their classic dream Mustang ragtop back on the road.
“The 1964-66 Mustang is the most restored vintage vehicle. But the number of original …

The 1967-1970 Ford Dynacorn bodies have been around now for a few years. They’ve done well in making restorations available and affordable for many more people. But news this week points to the possibility of even more bodies to add to that list. That’s right, Ford look set to release officially licensed 1965 and 1966 […]

Dynacorn Classic Bodies currently offers complete body shells for both the 1967 and the 1969-1970 Ford Mustangs, providing a platform for custom vehicle projects like Vaughn Gittin Jr’s Mustang RTR-X and the Agent 47 Harbinger Mustang. Last year it looked like they would be offering a body shell for the 1965-966 Mustang after they displayed a prototype body shell in their booth at SEMA last year, but the body had yet to be licensed by Ford and Dynacorn wouldn’t offer additional details on when that might happen.
It looks like we’ll …

I often check the RRS site for new products and modern innovations for the vintage Mustang and this week they’ve updated their site with a brand new package for those after a right hand drive (RHD) Mustang. Previously RRS has only offered things suck as suspension parts, brakes and modern upgrades to improve the handling […]

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