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Anyone thought of cloning a GT500?

Old 4/1/05, 06:44 AM
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I know that alot of people have cloned 65-70 Mustangs into Shelbys. Some that I've seen at carshows did a fantastic job. I just wanted to know, If anyone was considering doing this to thier 05's when the parts become available. I am considering doing that but am still undecided. What are your thought?
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the hard part is getting the DNA
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A perfect clone would cost more than the real thing. You might as well pay MSRP and AMV on one and save money.
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