Will Ford Unveil New Licensed Repro 1965–1966 Mustang Bodies SEMA 2011?
The 1967-1970 Ford Dynacorn bodies have been around now for a few years. They’ve done well in making restorations available and affordable for many more people. But news this week points to the possibility of even more bodies to add to that list. That’s right, Ford look set to release officially licensed 1965 and 1966 Mustang Bodies.
The below sneak peak to this years SEMA show in Las Vegas hints that we may see 1965 and 1966 coupe and/or convertible repro bodies.
CarandDriver broke the story “This video pans over what looks to be fresh ’65–’66 Mustang sheetmetal, judging by the soft body-side scallop. The camera doesn’t provide enough of a peek at the shoulder of the rear quarter-panel to definitively allow us to call tintop or ragtop, but the mystery should be solved sometime in the next few weeks”
The SEMA show runs from November 1 through 4 in Las Vegas.
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