I just picked up a 1967 mustang
coupe. The motor and tranny are fine. (302 out of a '68). It's mainly cosmetic stuff from here on. The chrome trim will all be replaced due to missing pieces here and there. However, the one thing I haven't decided is fixing one small rust spot. There is a hole rusted into the rear driver side fender right above the wheel. It's about two inches high and about 3 inches across. I don't really know what to expect (cost wise) In having it repaired. It had also been suggested to actually have the wheel well just cut bigger to support larger back tires (and ultimately fixing the rust). Any suggestions out there will be appreciated. The rest of the car is pretty much rust free. A little surface rust will be taken care of during paint prep.
More info on the car: it came with all new interior (black) still in the box. The factory red paint has, of course, turned into dull orange. I have an oxford white 04 gt. After much deliberation, I decided to paint the '67 oxford white to match.
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