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Gonna buy me a brand new Mustang..1965

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BeatnikPirate, Oct 29, 2011.

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  1. BeatnikPirate
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    from Media, Pa.

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  2. Francisco Plumbero
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  3. brewster55
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    1. doesnt fit this site

    2. already been posted multiple times
     
  4. At least 3 or 4 but I can't tell since they have all been deleted;)
     

  5. Never been a mustang fan but it is interesting that ford would do this.
     
  6. brewster55
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    ford isnt doing it, they are just supporting it.
     
  7. JimC
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    Some assembly required, battery not supplied
     
  8. 1951Streamliner
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  9. von birch
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    agreed..doesnt really belong on the HAMB, but if it doesnt interest ya, ya dont have to read...and ya dont have to shit on some guys thread just cause it doesnt interest you. too much drama on the HAMB these days.
     
  10. Fast67VelleN2O
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    Same body style as a 1964. Isn't this site 1964 and older? Lighten up.
     
  11. resqd37Zep
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    Isn't there a Billion of them out there already?
     
  12. BeatnikPirate
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    Didn't intend on starting a shit storm. Just thought it was kind of interesting news. Ok by me if this thread goes away.
     
  13. fts55
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    from guthrie ok

    It is cool.
     
  14. 40Standard
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    says the newby
     
  15. nwbhotrod
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    Its just a kit car
     
  16. banjeaux bob
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    It's more than a kit car. You can bolt up your original drivetrain from a wrung out donor car and breathe new life into it.

    Why oppose something like this?In theory,it's no different than a Brookville roadster or coupe.

    The Ford patronage of the project is important to the vendor.Without it,it's a no go on the whole project.This holds ture for the whole range of products Dynacorn makes.They have to get a license from the original manufacturer to produce these parts.
     
  17. trad27
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    I think it is cool for the mustang guys even thought not really my style of car. 15K is high, ford made a million of those things you can still get a nice driving original for less than that. But I do realize all the licinsing fees and all the manufacturing cost and tooling I doubt they are making a killing on them, I am just saying the mustang market isnt ready to pay 15k for a body IMO.
     
  18. carlboyd
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    I think its a great idea.
     
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