SEMA Surprise! Classic Mustang Shells To Be Unveiled
1965 & 66 Restorers Finally Get Their Wish
by Jason Giacchino
It doesn’t take too much imagination to recognize the fact that the latest Mustang (and for that matter Camaro and Challenger) draw a lot of their styling from models of yesteryear. But for some, styling cues simply aren’t nostalgic enough.
Custom builders are surely no stranger to the Dynacorn International Inc. brand, as this has been the name associated with new reproduction shells for classic Camaros and ‘Stangs for years. And while Dynacorn currently holds the license from Ford to reproduce 1967-70 Mustang fastback bodies, Ford has announced they’ll be showing the ’64 1/2, ’65 and ’66 Mustang coupe (and/or convertible bodies) shells at the 2011 SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Taking place November 1st through the 4th, Dynacorn Classic Bodies will be stationed at Booth # 23687..
“Ford cares greatly about its heritage. Did you know that you can buy officially approved and Ford licensed restoration parts for vehicles going all the way back to the Model T? From radiator caps to interior trim to engine parts, all of these components fit as well as the original components we made all those years ago,” said Ford Restoration and Licensing Manager Dennis Mondrach says regarding giving Ford fans a sneak preview into the latest and most exciting Ford approved restoration part to be revealed at SEMA.
Check out the sneak preview of this year’s SEMA show here: