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Old 04-17-2014, 12:57 AM   #1
Join Date: Apr 2014
Vehicle: 1965 Ford Mustang
Location: TN
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Default To restore or not to restore

I bought my wife a 1965 Mustang for her anniversary's her dream car. All original, 1 owner, garage kept since purchased from the factory and no rust or bodywork...all original. The carpet is old and there's a few small dents (door dings)...just minor things. Should I replace those things and or leave it as is? I would love for it to look absolutely incredible but I'm afraid if I replace things like carpet and repaint it will lose it's value. Is there a Mustang certification I should go through since everything is original. I still have the window sticker and books with it. Any experts on this subject that could offer advice?
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