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I was really looking for an add I saw a week or so ago. Some guy in Nevada had put an old Lincoln Versailles front end on a Mustang. It looked awful but I was struck more by the owner thinking he really had something there. I couldn't find the add again so I wonder if someone bought it or if he took it off the market from embarrassment.

Anyway here are a couple of interesting ones.

http://adcache.collectorcartraderonline.com/10/2/2/46530922.htm

If you don't like Eleanor, don't bother with this one. I don't particularly like it but I thought the price shows how out of hand this whole thing has become. Other than that, for all you women out there (and otherwise), I wondered if Nick comes with the car?

http://adcache.collectorcartraderonline.com/10/2/4/47850624.htm

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Well...unique is the right word! Gotta hand it to whoever did these. Lot's of work. Wouldn't go that route myself, preferring the original stuff. But the prices, wow!
 
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I guess "unique" is the right word. I was looking through some old magazines, ca. 1980. Those who were around then, may recall the IMSA fad that had people customizing (right word) all sorts of vehicles by adding spoilers, fender flares, etc. A Hot Rod publication (Mustang No.1) had a well known customizer to modify a '65 Fastback. I didn't like it then, and it looks worse, now. I wonder what happened to those vehicles?

Anyone know what happened to the Mustangs that were customized for Sonny and Cher? They were more tasteful, i.e., Cibie head lights, in place of the round ones, but that was then. Also, what about the Bertone conversion of a '66, into a Kammback wagon....that car was certainly unique.
 
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