Thanks! I have managed to source a good amount of part and mesh them together for this build up. With the Corvette being from 1953 and Ford debuting this Mustang Concept in 1993 the parts are working well together, at least for my vision. So far I have managed to massage the body of the Corvette by filling in the license plate area, taillights and headlights and some filling in around the front grill opening. I saved the Corvette's original frame and but I am scratch building, and parts bin using, a few bits for the front suspension as this making has a major dislike for gravity. The seats and interior door panels are still stock from the '53 as well. Currently the interior color is area I keep coming back to with no set color scheme or layout that seems satisfying. With the interior comes a major 1993 upgrade in the way of the dash panel. The Mustang dashboard fit well after some trimming and it comes down to the trans tunnel perfectly. The steering wheel is still up in the air but will probably be a few years older than a '93 would have. The motor was sourced from the Ford, the 1993 concept Mustang had a Eaton Supercharged 4.6 V8 backed by a T-56 transmission. Other than making some custom engine mounts, the oil pan had to be shaved some due to clearance. The blower was cut and lengthened for more power and well to be honest, ascetic. The longer intake really shines nicely when the hood is off. The hood was a main bit of focus since I really liked it so much from the original Mustang. Those ram air side openings just snarl at you and the air filters set just right under them to match. The hood was worked from uts original outline and profile to fit the flow of the vette. The rear-end and driveshaft are also Ford and of course both had to be shortened and cut down to fit under the '53s frame. The rear had added disc brakes from the Mach, but the front end received cross drilled disc brakes that were parts bin sourced. I am working in the front radiator from the Mach with hosing hopefully, as well as the exhaust system. I haven't really ever made a pair of pipes from scratch but I'm tried to make a set, I'll attach the photos later, from some copper electrical wiring. The bending and twisting were very trying, and I'm sure some solder wire would have been easier as well as using some properly rounded pliers would have helped with the tool marks... Always learning... I'm probably missing some details here and there with what I've used from which kit so far but the wheels and tires were parts bin as well, from a Nascar kit on the back and a 40 something Ford by Boyd I think for the fronts. I'm thinking the front glass that I will use is from an early 90s Corvette as it gives the car a good raked look that really sets it off.
Thanks again for the comments and for these forums. It is always great to look and read what everyone is up to! The type of work everyone puts in on here really shows in these builds and the feedback you give. I don't know when I will get some more bench time as my desk light bulb blew on me today. So now I'm on a mission for a T bulb.