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Im wanting to put my 91 fox body mustang on a bronco 2 frame and drive it on the street. Is this legal in the state of new york???

My car has 94000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Anything can be done legally with the prope...

Anything can be done legally with the proper precautions. As you may already know, this will be a costly conversion that you will need to have inspected by the state of New York authority that governs highway safety and transportation to determine if this is legally sound to drive in your state.

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