As part owner of a 1965 Mustang, I cringe any time I see a classic Ford Pony chopped into an automotive abomination.

But I gotta show a little respect to the fabricator of this Mustanchero featured over at Hemmings. Lee Iacocca never intended for his iconic car to haul lumber, but the craftsmanship of this conversion has me wondering who the creator was and if they might have had a connection to Ford.

The post at Hemmings doesn't provide any clues as to the builder of this Sunlight Yellow Stang, and, unfortunately doesn't give us the number on the "For Sale" sign in the window. Anybody out there have any idea the provenance of this Pony?

[Source: Hemmings Auto Blogs]

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