Location: In the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia....
Maybe need to add a few more speakers you think-----
My '70 Pro-Street. Mildly built 302, Mallory 6AL ignition, Hurst w/4-speed, 74 Maverick rear w/3.40 gears. Tied frame with 6 point cage. Trunk mounted battery, Dynamax Exhaust. Building a 351W 40 over now...
I would be ashamed if I were the person responsible for building this car. It is so incredibly unaesthetic and devoid of any sense of style or direction. I would not want my name associated with it in any way.
The only thing the builder can do is market it in such a way that the sheer ugliness is the main focal point (wait...how could it not be?). Their slogan could be similar to, "We built this car; we can build anything." That's the only chance they have.
I wonder how much money was profited from building that eyesore? Was it enough to damage the reputation of the shop, or will more people with more money than sense flock to their doors waiting for their own gold vinyl clad abortion?
The least they could have done was use paint and not vinyl wrap it...
Full floor pan
Shelby drop, 4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters
WOW...that thing is about as fugly as they come.....
'69 Coupe, Built 306, 4-Speed, Matte Black..... Old School RestoMod...Coming Attractions: 408 Stroker...
'90 Mustang LX, Built 306, 5-speed, cage, Screaming Yellow....3/14/12 Currently Getting TWIN TURBOS (always a change to make).....
1938 Cough,cough, Chev. 1/2 ton Owner built "Street Gasser" truck..327, 461X, Hillborn...old school all the way...
A Custom HD RoadKing...and too many Vintage Sleds to count...
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