One of the difficulties of restoring a classic car is trying to repair damage to the frame. Whether it's rust, accident damage, or some combination of the two, this causes major headaches and can eat into the budget set aside. Well if you happen to have a 1965 to 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback, a company called Thoroughbred International is offering a skeleton of the Fastback that gives anyone a perfect starting point. Nate Miller from Thoroughbred International explains why the company has decided to offer this.
SEMA 2013: Thoroughbred International's 65 Mustang Fastback Skeleton
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