Yes, brand-spanking new. Yes, never used. If fact, the '67 Mustang
is so new it was built in 2004. Confused?
Okay, I'm lying, but only a little. You can't buy a brand-new '67
Mustang, yet, but you can buy a brand-new '69 Camaro. Word is they're
building '69 Camaros now, then they'll add '67 Mustangs to the lineup,
possibly followed by '69 Mustangs and maybe '70 'Cudas. Who's "they",
you ask? "They" is Classic Automotive Restoration Specialists (CARS).
We're talking full steel bodies, put together better than the
originals. Cost? Try $12,000 USD for a bare shell convertible with
doors and a decklid, but no front clip. Hardtops will be availible in
2005 and will only run a few thousand more. The bodys are primed and
dipped and come with a lifetime warranty against rust and corrosion.
CARS will even offer complete, running-and driving, painted
convertibles in bare bones trim for $40,000 USD.
Wanna know more? Check out the lastest issue of Hot Rod magazine.