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I think that you have to have something that has a ven# on it first if you are going to drive it on street I think year one sells replacement parts that do not have ven#s with out a ven# you cant get plates or the rest of the stuff you need to put a car on the road.
 

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The Mustang was Uni-Body. It does not have a full frame. The Year One body does include front and rear frame rails for installing the suspension.. Here is a parts list of what is included.

The 1969 Mustang fastback reproduction body shell kit is licensed by Ford Motor Company. It includes the following (parts in this kit are not sold separately):
* Driver and passenger doors
* Trunk lid and trunk hinge panel
* Full trunk pan and trunk floor extensions
* Complete tail light panel
* Upper cowl panel with window frame attached
* Left and right full quarter panels
* Left and right inner quarter panels with wheelhouses attached
* Complete dash panel
* Full length floor pan and braces
* Front and rear frame rails
* Left and right front under seat brace
* Complete factory-style firewall
* Left and right front inner fenders
* Left and right inner and outer rocker panels
 

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NO and yes. Mustangs are unibodys and no frame. But for the price you are going to pay for the body alone, it is better to buy a complete car. You can still find them out there for decent prices. It will be cheaper and less of a headache at the dmv as well. WIth that body, you willmost likely hav eto title it as a "salvage" and ot under used/classic. Good luck
 
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