Dynacorn Complete 1969 Fastback Mustang Body Shell.
Does the shell of your 1969 Mustang need restored but can’t be, due to structure damage or rust collection over the years. Dynacorn takes the guess work out of measuring and aligning all the sheet metal, Dynacorn welds everything in a factory correct jig for precise body fitment. This body is a great base for any Mustang fanatic that doesn’t have the time to do all the sheet metal work.
Dynacorn Sheet Metal Thickness:
Trunk Floor- 0.8 to 1.0mm
Rocker Panel- 1.6 to 2.0mm
Rocker Panel Inner Brace- 3.0mm
Rear Frame Rails- 1.6 to 2.3mm
Firewall- 1.0 to 1.2mm
Torque Box- 1.0 to 1.2mm
Dynacorn pays attention to detail by precisely aligning the body line to assure proper fitment throughout the 1969 Fastback body shell. This shell is a great base for stock or customized applications. All Dynacorn bodies come coated in an E-coat finish to prevent rust from occurring on the new sheet metal. The body will need prepped, primed and painted for a show car finish. This body includes most of the structural parts, brackets and braces welded in place, plus the doors and deck lid are already assembled. Very little body work or adjustments are required and the hard part will be deciding on the exterior paint and the interior color option.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1) What method of payment is accepted?
All orders must be paid completely in advance by cash, certified bank check, money order or wire transfer.
2) What type of delivery is available for the shell?
All deliveries will be made by a common carrier (This means you must have the shell delivered to a location that has adequate means to unload the shell). CJ Pony Parts will bill you for the exact shipping amount in which Dynacorn charges to have the body shell delivered to your address. CJ Pony Parts will contact you with the exact shipping amount once Dynacorn provides a shipping quote.
3) Will we ship this internationally?
No. Dynacorn will no longer ship body shells internationally. At your expense, we can have Dynacorn ship the body shell to a port of your choosing within the United States. After that, you must arrange shipping from the port to your international destination.
4) How do I get a title for my car?
Follow this link for information about the guidelines for each state: http://dynacornclassicbodies.com/stateseal.html
All Dynacorn replacement body shells are encased in raw-steel 2" x 2" tube cages w/shoes for forklift transport. These cages are welded and bolted to the bottom of the shell. Prior to shipping, each shell and cage will be crated in particle board. All bodies come EDP coated but not painted.
Restoring your Mustang can be a massive project. There are literally hundreds of parts that you may need to replace, and finding quality replacements can be a battle. While there are lots of choices out there, Dynacorn offers the widest selection in parts and some of the highest quality found anywhere. With their full body shells, you can order many popular Mustang bodies right from Dynacorn, from fastbacks to convertibles, allowing you to start with a brand-new body and build out your Mustang from there.
Order a new 1969 Dynacorn body shell today and fell relieved that all the hard work is done for you.
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I'm looking to make a 69 Mustang Custom. Is it possible to swap a 5.0l Coyote V8 and Tremec T56 Trans into this, and do you have parts for said swap? Including suspension?
Do you show to Puerto Rico and how much is the shipping. Puerto Rico is a territory of USA and I think is the Same shipping that other state
Ok, so if I'm building a new car from the ground up and not doing a restoration, How do I get a serial# and title it?
Do u also sell full frames or does it come with the shell
do you hav hoods and they other body panels please email me im loooking to custom make one
I am very interested in buying a 1969 mustang for restoration. My question is: Do you have an option where I can purchase everything needed for a complete restoration and how much would it cost all together?
I have a 1969 ford 428 out of a mach 1 would that drop directly in and be compatible with this body style.
I'm looking at the 69 Mustang sport roof. Do you have a parts list to build a complete car or do I need to do all the research and figure out parts needed? Also do you have a complete cost for parts?
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