Video: Ford To Unveil Licensed Reproduction 1965-1966 Mustang Bodies At SEMA?
SEMA is all the buzz with it being the biggest aftermarket car gathering just around the corner. We already know of some pretty awesome things that we can’t wait to show you once we hit the Las Vegas convention center floor! One of those things may be the unveiling of 1965-1966 brand spankin’ new Mustang shells that will be intended to be reproduced and sold to that die-hard ‘Stang enthusiast.
Here’s a video of the possibility of these classic Mustang bodies to be unveiled on the SEMA floor. These shells have been produced for years by Dynacorn, yes, but that’s the 1967-1970. In the video, you can’t tell if it’s ragtop or tintop but it definitely has the curves of the earlier 1965-1966 Ford Mustang. We shall see! Definitely check with us Nov. 1st – Nov. 4th as the SEMA stuff rolls in!
Ford cares greatly about its heritage. Did you know that you can buy officially approved and Ford licensed restoration parts for vehicles going all the way back to the Model T. From radiator caps to interior trim to engine parts, all of these components fit as well as the original components we made all those years ago.
Ford Restoration and Licensing Manager Dennis Mondrach gives Ford fans a sneak preview into the latest and most exciting Ford approved restoration part to be revealed at SEMA in Las Vegas this November.
Stay tuned Ford fans this is going to be something special!
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