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Hello everyone if you have seen my application you would have saw that i am doing a car restoration for my senior project and wanted to do a mustang. I originally wanted to do a 1969 fastback but i have a friend who does this for a living and he said doing that car would cost a minimum of 25k for a good job. He then said that doing a late 90s or early 2000s would be better and way cheaper to repair. Now i was looking at a 2004 mustang gt and i personally do not like the interior much but love the look of the body. I was wondering if anyone who knows anything about cars or has done a project like this if it would be a good idea to buy the 04 and do mostly interior work to make it more "modern" or buy an 05 with an interior i like and do mostly body/engine work. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.




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Engine work is always more gratifying to me. 

 

Are you dead set on the Mustang? Depending on your likes, an older Corolla (AE86, mmmm) or Integra (my first car was a '91) may be fun.



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Im dead set on the mustang, i want that American muscle haha although i was thinking about 1970 Chevelle SS



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1966 mustang. Parts are cheaper. Trust me, I've got one.



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I've got a Fiat - they're shit... Any help to ya?


Edited by WarPeD, 02 July 2014 - 03:15 PM.


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I've got a Fiat - they're shit... Any help to ya?

At least they have hot girls on the TV trying to sell them LOL .......



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