$15,500. Like $16,000 out the door (list) after crating.How much for a fastback body? Im sure people will buy them
Dangit! And I just started cutting my 40k mile retirement fund shoulda stashed it! no they probably won't be too easy to get in good shape. They will all have the strut towers rotted off or some OLDschool 25-sumthin cage that people would laugh at.Whats even funnier.. It wont be long until they are making fox body coupes too prob.. In 40 years, the fox body will be the most rare car around.. well hardest to find not fucked up anyway
Has been a topic of conversation that has some controversy. It has been said that a few 69 Camaro bodies were built by the customers and then bought VIN plates from a guy on Hemmings to make the car look legit as it would if it was the real car. I was shown an example of one such car that was registered and titled as a 396/375 SS car. Early Camaro bodies from Dynacorn had some fitment issues. I would think that Dynacorn has cured that issue and the Mustangs are probably nicer than the originals.I wonder what you are suppose to do about the VIN. Probably use a donor vehicle.