We're sure that's how it happened, because Classic Recreations, who've previously built new Shelby GT350 and GT500 reincarnations, are now turning their services toward other specialty model Mustangs.
These 1969 and 1970 cars are constructed with new sheetmetal under license from Ford, so they are the closest thing to brand-new 50 year-old machines you're going to find.
Florida's Revology Cars also builds new classic Mustangs, but those cars are only original on the outside. Revology puts a modern chassis under its Mustangs, while CR builds 'em just like they used to, but with a modern engine beneath the hood.
Classic Recreations plans to show its new cars at the Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas in November, with pricing to be announced.