Now you can build a "brand new" Ford Mustang based on the classic 1965, 1967 and 1969 models. Ford is offering officially licensed Mustang shells, constructed to resemble the original cars, which you can order at Veterans Ford in Metairie, LA.
These Ford shells had to meet or exceed the "fit, finish and quality of the original." Dynacorn, the crew behind the authentic reproductions, replicated the original convertible and fastback. They even made them better.1
Body panels are built from modern automotive-grade 'virgin' steel, slightly thicker than the original. To add strength, parts are assembled using modern welding techniques.
These recreations can be built to most specifications available from the original cars. Any 'big-block' engine from that era should fit, including the 390, 427 and 428-cubic-inch motors.
Prices range for all shells, but the 1967 convertible body is available from the Ford Restoration Parts catalog at $15,995.