V8 Speed & Resto Shop Restorations
The 1966 Ford Galaxie 500 7-Litre is an original family owned car tha we were happy to have the privelige of restoring at the V8 Speed & Resto Shop! Click this link for the complete build story, and feel free to contact us at 314.783.8325 to discuss bringing your family heirloom car back to new!
Our very own Operations Manager Kelle Oeste is featured in the latest Street Rod Life Magazine! Thanks for the article, and thanks to Kelle for always working overtime to help our team build awesome cars our customers can be proud of! Read the article at the link: http://www.streetrodlife.com/print-mag/street-rod-life-2017-spring-print-issue/
Now you can watch V8TV on TUFF TV in the St. Louis market for FREE on digital broadcast channel 45-6, WODK-LD TV! V8TV airs Monday nights at 9:00 PM and 9:30 on TUFF TV, and shows the right way to restore and modify classic American Muscle Cars and takes viewers along to the hottest car enthusiast events like SEMA and the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN). Each episode kicks off with a Muscle Car Of The Week from The Brothers Collection, and the tech and how-to programming leaves the details in, and the drama out! TUFF TV is home to all kinds of action programming, so be sure to have your TV scan the channels to add it to your list. If you don't have a digital TV antenna, you can grab one at your local Wal Mart and enjoy dozens of HD channels for FREE! Click Here for antennas! Learn more about TUFF TV here! V8TV currently airs in over 70 US markets on three national TV networks including TUFF TV, The Action Channel, and Rev'n TV. V8TV videos are also distributed online at www.v8tvshow.com and through YouTube, social medial, and other online automotive enthusiast websites.
If you're in SoCal, go check out the Tri-Five Invitational at the Grand National Roadster Show this weekend in Pomona! We're honored to see the Mr. Chevy '55 and hauler on display in this amazing gathering of influential tri-five hot rods, customs, and racers. The 1955 Gasser is original, and the hauler was partially restored by the V8 Speed & Resto Shop. Thanks to Goodguys Rod & Custom Association for sharing this pic in their gallery! See more here: https://www.good-guys.com/hotnews/?p=16755
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