The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show is just around the corner, and that means lots of new updates about what car companies have been working on and are going to be releasing. Something that caught our eye was that fact that Ford will begin to offer '64 1/2-'66 model Mustang shells to help improve and speed up the process for people who restore old vehicles. Trust us, after seeing what crap eBay has to offer, it's obvious that finding the appropriate car to restore can be difficult. The convertible shells, sold by Dynacorn Classic Bodies, will have stronger steel, better welding, and will start at around $15,000

[via Car and Driver]