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Published on Mar 15, 2011
Reproduction or replacement bodies for 71, 72 and 73 Mustang Juniors that were originally made by Conval. They are the company that purchased the assets of the Powercar company when they went under in 1967. Ford motor company wanted another Junior car for the introduction of the new body style in 1971 so they worked with Conval like they did with Powercar and provided a scale mold buck prior to the introduction of the new body style so that JR cars could be produced for opening day festivities to help draw crowds to the dealerships. The bodies are highly detailed unlike the pedal cars of the day that got most of their detail from stickers. The bodies are made from fiberglass just like the originals but with superior modern materials. These cars are meant to be ridden in and will fit most average size adults. Go to http://www.jrcentral.com for more information abd restoration parts. The original movie Gone in 60 seconds was filmed in 1974 and the Eleanor that was featured in that movie was based off this body style. most people say it was a Mach I but if you watch the movie it does not have the Mach 1 details.