It’s 1967 and then some for anyone looking to recreate or restore a 1967 Ford Mustang convertible. The all-new Ford-licensed 1967 Mustang body is built with greater strength than the original stamping, and has room up front for all small- or big-block Ford V-8 engines. The 1967 convertible makes a total of four reproduction body shells available from Ford via Dynacorn International: The ’65 convertible, ’67 fastback and ’69 fastback make up the other three.
Dynacorn says the uprated version of the classic convertible features slightly thicker steel and added reinforcements fused together with modern welding techniques for a stronger overall body shell. The new convertible comes complete with rustproofing and primer, ready for whatever kind of 1967 Mustang convertible it may become. Prices start at $15,995.
For more information about the ’67 body shell and all other Ford-licensed restoration parts, visit FordRestorationParts.com.