Yes, the headline is true, kind of. Here's the story: A company named Dynacorn has just unveiled a new Ford
-approved body shell for the '64 1/2, '65, or '66 Mustang convertible. Revealed just ahead of the SEMA show in Las Vegas beginning in just a few days, the company will soon be selling the body shells priced at $15,000 each. Originally launched back in 1964, the original Mustang sold more than 1.2 million units in its first three years alone.