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its a project restoration car, should i go stock or supercharge? why? what would be more valuable of the 2? how many places on the car is the VIN and where is it? how can i tell if it has front brakes, umm to be able to do burnouts...thanx, im a noob in this lol,
 

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If you keep it stock and finish the restoration, keeping it EXACTLY stock as it came from the factory, the value of the car would be enough to at least pay for one heck of a college education.

That car is a very valuable piece of American and automotive history, and to modify it in any way shape or form would be the same as taking the Declaration of Independence and using it to roll a doobie.

Google the exact phrase "1964 1/2 Mustang" and you will find out everything you need to know about it.
 

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that's not the right car to supercharge, first because it doesn't have a frame and a lot of power will bend it in half...it's your choice to go stock or modified, tastefully done would be good either way...

the vin is in 3 places, the door tag, could be changed or removed...the drivers side top fender apron and on the passenger side under the top fender lip by the spring tower..

it's not a car to do burn outs, it could have severe rust and break apart in the middle...

all cars have front brakes..
 
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