No disrespect was intended. I'm sure the man does excellent work. I never questioned that. By the name on those boxes and the amount of work required from the pictures that car will basically be a Dynacorn Mustang. Most of the parts I bought for mine where Dynacorn. I understand they are some of the best body parts around for classic mustangs. The ones I have installed on my car fit well. I'm sure the Dynacorn body is of similar quality I can't say as I have no first hand experience. What I want to know as kb3 said is, ''how far do you go to save the original car.'' Is it a question of money? Sentimental value? At what point is the car no longer ''the car''? This is a serious question to a professional restorer and a fourm of Mustang Aficionados like myself. The number of posts next to my user ID nothing to do with the question.