Hello Mustang to Fear followers!

This month, Mustangs to Fear has unveiled a product that they’ve been working on for awhile. There has been a lot of demand and anticipation for this product! It’s so big in-fact, that this entire blog article will be dedicated to it. That way we can try and provide you with as much information as possible. Are you ready? Here it is…

Featured Product of the Month

Have you found that classic Mustang you’ve always dreamed about? Is bringing that rusty body back to life what you hate the most in a restoration project? Mustangs to Fear now has the
solution for you. They now sell 1965 to 1970 classic Mustang steel fastback and convertible shells! On top of that, these shells come with a lot of options such as a Coyote sub-frame! It’s perfect for the restomod enthusiast like me. This shell will save you a lot of time and work instead of starting from that rotten shell you may have found recently. These shells are put together in the USA and are NOT by Dynacorn or R3.There are a lot of options you can choose from when purchasing your shell, but let me give you a general idea of the price and what you get with it.

1965-1968 Mustang Fastback and Convertible Shells with MTF Suspension Installed

Starting at $45,995USD (Convertible or 1969-70 fastback add $2,000USD)

Price above includes these parts installed:
MTF Sub-frame assembly and IFS
Power rack and pinion
QA1 10” double adjustable shocks and coilovers
Jack pad/tie down
Motor mount brackets and bushings
A-arms-powder coated
Spindles-powder coated
Stainless steel U-joints and polished stainless double D bar
Sway bar
Grade 8 hardware
Wilwood 4 piston black caliper drilled and slotted brakes for front and rear
Full MTF engine panels
Front MTF Radiator support and lower crossmember
Rear MTF 4 Link Watts Link with 9” Semi Floater Rear Axle
Fender Apron Extensions – front and rear
Torque boxes – LH and RH
MTF mini tubs
MTF frame stiffners
MTF transmission bracket
Front bumper and brackets
Front valance
Stone guard
Fenders and brackets
Headlamp buckets
Grill support brace
Rear valance
Deck lid
Ididit Chrome Column
Motolita Black or Wood steering wheel
MTF Hood Hinges and spacers machined
MTF steering column adapter and bracket

Upgrade pricing:

C-6 IFS and brakes add: $1,375USD
Full floater 4 Link Watts add: $1,300USD

Building a Coyote Swap? No Problem.

We can put in your coyote computer box, firewall patch panels and your accelerator pedal parts. Ask for pricing.
Coyote Part List:
Computer box
Firewall and clutch patch panels
Accelerator pedal bracket

You can also choose to have them painted and much more since Mustangs to Fear is also a body shop. They can do basically anything you want from the shell up to a final product.
Potential buyers have a lot of questions with this new product, such as, “How can you get plates for it since it doesn’t come with a VIN?” It’s a hard to answer question since it differs from state to state, or even from province to province, if you’re in Canada. The best thing to do is to reach out to your local vehicle registration office. Below is a link that spells out how to do this in every state.

So, don’t be afraid to buy a shell! They can save you a lot of time and money in the building process of your mustang. Just get in touch with your state’s/province’s motor vehicle department to get the appropriate information so you can hit the road when you’re dream car is complete. Don’t hesitate to reach out to Mustangs to Fear for more information on this new product.

What’s coming up in the Mustang World?

Have you seen the original Bullitt is going to be for sale at the Mecum Kissimmee Auction in January? Yes, the same one driven by the famous Steve McQueen! It’s time to take out your savings if you wish to own the beautiful 68 Mustang that was unveiled by its owner last year. I was lucky enough to see it in person during the last SEMA show. How much do you think it’s going to go for? I bet no less than 1.5 million. Let’s see who will be the lucky winner!