That's soooo sad. But you do what ya gotta do. Me, I'd prefer the
Ronster ala Mustangs Plus if I was gonna chop the top off.... anyway,
a good hotrod shop is a pretty good place for choppin' and
Entering into the unknown, V'ger seeks information used to maintain his Vintage
Burgundy 1965 Ford Mustang 2+2 w/289 ci 4v oem A Code V8, C4 Trans, 16x8"
Vintage 40 wheels, with BF Goodrich gForce T/A 225/50ZR16 tires, American Racing
"Mustang" Centercaps, and a whole lot of other stuff; )
thx for the links guys!!
i guess i'm looking for more of a shop that will do this like this link
someone provided here:
i'll keep surfing the net, but if anyone else has anymore links they can
throw up here, it would be appreciated!
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