1970 Mach1 Mustang restoration almost sent to the crusher

my 1970 mach 1 Mustang built June 10 1970. totaled out in the mid 80's parted out and abandond in a junk yard. almost sent to the crusher in 2007 but i saved it just in time and restored it. If i can restore this one dont any one try to tell me that there Mustang cant be restored

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