How to Build a Mustang?

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A Mustang is a product of the Ford Motor Company. They are built on an assembly line at several Ford facilities. To attempt to build one from scratch would be an enormous feat, as the parts and such would all have to be provided by Ford in order for it to be a true Mustang.
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How to Build Your Own Mustang
The Ford Mustang is one of the most popular, affordable cars for enthusiasts looking for a vehicle that will reflect their personal style. The Mustang has been in production since 1964 and is still Ford's longest-running vehicle. Stock and aftermarket... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
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Building a Mustang can be a wonderful labor of love. It is relatively inexpensive to refurbish, parts are usually found easily, and the ancestors will love it.
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