You CAN build your muscle car, even if it's a '69 Ford Mustang or a '67 Camaro.
Do the new muscle cars from Ford, GM and Chrysler still not satisfy your wish for the classic your dreamed of owning? What if you just can't find that muscle car you always wanted, down to the last perfect spec? Here is a unique option that might work for you if you've got a large wallet and the patience to wait.
Any muscle car buyer has faced the reality that a car that seems to meet "dream car" specs on paper is probably rusted, has been dinged and dented and then poorly repaired, and mostly likely re-painted by well-meaning but not expert technicians.
In addition to the asking price
of the car, the price to bring the car to your acceptable standards has
to be considered. Too often, buying new muscle cars seems like a better
But if the new models don't do it for you, if you REALLY want a 1969 Camaro, you can have it built if you're willing to pay the price and have the patience to wait for it to be done.
Dynacorn Classic Bodies is part of Dynacorn Industries, a premiere supplier of hard to find classic car parts to the muscle car restoration industry.
Dynacorn has won multiple industry awards for their Ford and GM licensed reproduction all-steel bodies of some of the most popular muscle cars. Included in their catalog:
The Dynacorn product is a great solution if you've found the right car but the body is a disaster. Their replacement bodies are made of a thicker but more flexible steel than the original muscle cars.Some important things to know: Dynacorn doesn't manufacture the entire body, no fenders or hood come with the base price. They aren't cheap, around $15-16K including shipping, depending on the make and model.
Please check the Dynacorn website for full information as prices and availability change.
This solution won't work for everyone but it can work for some.
Feb 03, 17 04:58 PM
Here's the featured muscle car for sale, updated weekly from find-your-muscle-car's recommended sources of great muscle cars!
Feb 03, 17 04:23 PM
Here's what $20K buys you from muscle car dealers in various areas of the US. You don't have to spend a fortune to get what you want.
Jan 25, 17 03:38 PM
Muscle cars are too expensive. How about 300 horsepower for $10k? Get the muscle you want for a reasonable price!