Petrolhead or not, young or old, American or not, you would have a hard time trying not to like the original Ford Mustang and this applies regardless of chosen body shape.
The Blue Oval has a bit of a surprise ready for SEMA, especially aimed at this enormous crowd of supporters they will be seeing there.
Instead of contracting some high profile custom car maker to tart up one old banger from the sixties, Ford has decided to make licensed bodies for the convertible to be made.
The company that can supply you with a “new” 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible body is called Dynacorn and they do a pretty thorough job of it.
While the dimensions have remained the same and the design of the 65 Ford Mustang convertible is unaltered, thanks to modern materials and production techniques, the finished body is better than the original.
This is because the steel used to make the body is of a higher grade, the welding is a lot better and more precise, all of which help you get the best starting base for a restoration or recreation Ford Mustang.
A new and perferct body for a 65 Ford Mustang Convertible will cost just $15.000 and for that you even get a rustproof warranty, a real issue with classic cars.