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The Mustang hobby has certainly come a long way from when Mustang Monthly printed its first issue nearly 40 years ago. Back then, people were “restoring” Mustangs with good used parts and lots of elbow grease. Over the years, as the hobby grew and the demand for replacement reproduction parts grew along with it, catalogs began to arrive in our mailboxes with parts like emblems, bumpers, sheet metal, and upholstery covering its pages.
Eventually, the hobby became so big you could pretty much completely restore the typical 1965-1968 Mustang from a catalog, as long as you had something to start with. Then about 10 years ago, the folks at Dynacorn blew everyone’s minds by releasing a fully licensed replacement Mustang body shell. At first, it was a 1967/1968 fastback. Later, the company added the 1965/1966 and 1969/1970 bodies to its assembly line. Now, even if you don’t have a Mustang body to begin on, it is safe to say you can build the Mustang of your dreams with all new parts.