Well it isn't a Mustang but it will have some pony in it when I am done. I just purchased a 1968 Volvo P1800. Really a straight car. There has been some repairs done to the rear quarter panels at one time. Looks like a small fender bender by the driver's taillight. Minor rust bubbles in a couple spots but floors and major areas appear to be in great condition. What are my plans? First thing is to install a MII front end with Wilwood 13" discs (there is where it has some Mustang). Next will come an aluminum LS engine. It is currently setup for a manual but I think I will go with an automatic for this car. It is intended to be a serious cruiser that is easy and fun to drive. The rear end will be a ford 9" or I may go with a narrowed 8.8". Wheels will be 17" and I have always liked the look of Salt Flat racers but I haven't though much about that yet. The interior will be leather like it came from the factory. I will update it a little but these cars had cool dashes from the factory. As far as the color goes, I have no idea. Black always looks cool and this car has enough chrome/stainless trim that would look killer. It came from the factory red but I alread have a red car and want something a little different. Perhaps a lime green? :shrug The body will have a couple mods. I have seen one of these car with older European slanted headlights like a 911. I think that would look killer and the nose would look more like a Maserati. Other than that maybe clean up the bumpers a bit. they are a little chunky. I took some pictures on my phone and will post them up. I won't be able to store the car or work on it until our new house is done so I have arranged for the guy I purchased it from to hold it for me. I will pick it up in October. I should be able to start working on it about December but have no real timeline to complete it.