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I am restoring a 1970 mustang that is not a Boss or a Mach. When the car is complete it will be a daily driver. The question is how orginial should it be? I like some of the features of the 69 and have thought about adding them to my car even though they were not on the 70,the shelby scoops on the side. Any input would be great.
 

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It's your car so build it the way you want. If it makes you happy then thats all that matters.
 

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I agree, Nothing wrong with "restomoding" a plane Sportsroof. Your car, your money, your call.
 

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I concour with others thus far, its your car do it your way,there's alot of sportsroofs out there so its not like your doing a boss 9 or shelby, Do it the way you like it, you'll never get it in Mustang times that way but who really cares.

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do what YOU want , that`s what will make it special and rewarding!
 

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Let's assume that you don't want to resell the car in the foreseeable future. The question is, how uncomfortable does restomoding make YOU? It "should be" as original as your interest and finances allow. Tear out and replace the engine and interior with modern stuff, buy $150 valve step caps to be unbelieveablely concours correct, or anywhere in between.

I like to think of most Mustangs as a slightly soiled masterpiece... how you want to make it shine again is up to you.

Steve
 
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Go for it, I love the restomods!! You may want to consider comfort if it is a daily driver. Good Luck!
 
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