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Not sure if Dynacorn 1967 Mustang body is a bad word here. Interesting article in the new issue of Mustang Monthly. CDC in conjunction with several licensed Ford reporduction parts makers built up a pretty nice 1967 Fastback. They built a vintage looking car with a restomod mechanical approach, but with all new parts. I know that there was a custom modified car already built recently fro Sammy Hagar(?), but this one is a very restrained and tasteful job.

I think it's pretty cool to be able to do this, putting aside the issues of how they title the car and VIN and the whole issue of making a fake car. I am an original car owner of a car my Dad bought new, so I am an old timer, but relatively new here. I am pretty open minded to this. What's the opinion here? It's pretty neat one could literally build a vintage looking car with the right parts or one could go nuts and build a wild custom modified. It just takes a lot of cash!
 

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I have no problem with them as long as they are titled like kit cars are titled.

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I'd be interested in hearing what the final parts total was to build that car from sctratch with ALL new over the counter parts. I'd guess somehwere around $35K JUST for parts alone.
 
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