V8 Radio Podcast Hosts Kevin Oeste and Mike “Q-Ball” Clarke are back with a new episode, this time chatting about a Pontiac GTO in the V8 Speed and Resto Shop owned by a true Olympian!   

Hear all about it along with a fun excursion down nostalgia lane as Kevin tracked down a rare radio for his custom Dodge Van.    The Automotive Trivia questions flow, as do a bunch of laughs and other nonsense on the V8 Radio Podcast! 

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1967 Pontiac GTO: From Swamp Thing to Showstopper

This 1967 Pontiac GTO wasn’t always the head-turning classic it is today. When it arrived at V8 Speed & Resto Shop, it was a far cry from its former glory. Rusted and neglected, it more closely resembled a “swamp thing” than a muscle car. However, our team of experts wasn’t fazed by the challenge. We were determined to transform this relic into a showstopper!

A Complete Frame-Off Restoration

Our restoration process for this 1967 GTO was a complete teardown, or “frame-off” restoration. This meticulous approach ensures that no area of the car is overlooked. Here’s a closer look at some of the key improvements we made:

  • Chassis Strengthening: The GTO’s chassis received a thorough inspection and repairs were made to the body mounts and other critical areas. We then applied a protective epoxy primer and industrial-grade paint finish.
  • Suspension Upgrade: We replaced the original suspension system with a high-performance tubular setup from BMR Fabrication. This upgrade enhances handling and performance without sacrificing a comfortable ride.
  • Bodywork and Paint: The GTO’s body was media blasted to remove rust and imperfections. Our fabrication team then replaced rusted panels, repaired the dashboard, and built a custom firewall. Once the body repairs were complete, the car was painted in its original Tyrol Blue with a stunning two-stage finish.

Taking the Interior Up a Notch

The interior of the GTO wasn’t spared our restoration magic. Our team reupholstered the bucket seats and refurbished the door panels, dashboard, headliner, and carpet. We also added some modern touches, like a new sound system from Custom Autosound and Dakota Digital gauges.

The Finishing Touches

The final step involved installing a Magnaflow stainless steel exhaust system to unleash the power of the Pontiac 400 V8 engine. New wheels and tires completed the transformation, giving the GTO a truly aggressive look.

A Near-Perfect Score and a Dream Realized

The culmination of our hard work was presenting the finished GTO to its owner at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals show in Chicago. The car was a huge hit, scoring a near-perfect 997 points in the Street Modified class!

Watch the complete build video and award-winning reveal in this video!

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Contact the V8 Speed & Resto Shop today and let us turn your muscle car dream into a reality!

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Author: @z06doc86

  I know these videos are time consuming and you have a shop to run, but I sure love these longer and more detailed build videos like the early days of your channel. Thank you guys and gal so much!

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Author: @jameshutchins3396

  Absolutely magnificent work. The video detailing start to finish is perfect. I can’t see how anyone could have any doubts about the quality of work done or available at your shop. Even going back to the old shop and early videos, your work ethic and quality has remained exemplary. 

 This is my favorite kind of build. Bless yall.

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Author: @gplipp6489

  Absolutely amazing transformation!!  Your team knocked it out of the park!    Now, more please 😊

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Author: @NickedBlade

  love the format of this video, the car it self is amazing! the two together is definitely a home run! great job!

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Author: @HeavyPedalGarage

  This GTO is absolutely stunning! Great work and congrats on the score. That is super impressive!! Gotta say the narration and video editing is spot on as well. Always a pleasure to see the crew’s work and watch these videos.

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Author: @brody.4098

  This is a beautiful restoration. You all did great work.

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Author: @131601

  Beautiful restoration, gorgeous GTO. Outstanding craftsmanship you should be proud of your team !

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Author: @bobdc13

  wow what a great job Kevin..This GTO looks better than new..Congrats to you and the crew….

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Author: @Perfer-gw6ir

  I am a Pontiac nut. I love that car. I loved watching the restoration. The best part was unveiling and when their family showed up. That was great seeing the grandkids interacting with their grandparents. Well done people. Three cheers to V8 Speed. Loved it.

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Author: @andrewipp426

  What a heartfelt video of seeing the transformation from the dragged from the lake to this beautiful piece of automotive history. As always your builds are replete with so many details and touches that you can see and many that you can’t! So well done!

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Author: @poman8772

  Absolutely beautiful work guys! What a top notch team of craftsmen!!!! My favorite years of GTO’s

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Author: @bruceh92

  As you mentioned Kevin, better “drivability” was the goal and if it meant an assortment of non stock parts and even Ford brake parts to get it done then so be it. This is what hot rodding is about and kudos for an amazing job on an iconic American classic. 👍

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Author: @earlsmithson4749

  Hi Kevin, that is am absolutely beautiful restoration. Modern conveniences but still very original-Perfect! Thanks for sharing this experience with us as a 1967 GTO is always a fan favorite.

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Author: @nelsgholmberg

  TOTALLY AWESOME. Hats off to your team. What a transformation. Love it.

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Author: @bluesman7475

  Very nice restoration. I love the color.  Absolutely top quality work. Being my old school self, I would have had to go with a tripower instead of fuel injection, because its cool.

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Author: @m87orion

  Kevin, you’re a legend mate. Keep up the good content with yous and your crew. Been watching for years. ✌️

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Author: @primozkrajcar4144

  Beautifull beatuifull car! Awesome work from the team! Some crazy amount of work went into this project so kudos to the team! Great work!

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Author: @hailstorm1986

  Absolutely amazing GTO transformation!! 😇

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Author: @2ndborn186

  Beautiful, stunning car!!!   You would think the owners would be more excited about it though. Oh well.  Excellent work guys!!

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Author: @joeymccullough2716

  Wow, what awesome car! You guys never cease to amaze.

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Author: @hespie1

  Great car and such detailed restoration. Love your work.

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Author: @davestelling

  I’ve never seen a full restoration like this, and man – I sure enjoyed watching!

Thanks…

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Author: @wayneforbes7671

  Nicely done folks! A prime candidate for such a significant restoration.

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Author: @travislightfoot8075

  I fell in love with this car when I was 15. This is a beautiful job well done perfect restoration!!

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Author: @marinablueGS

  Words fail to adequately describe how beautiful this car is…..as you said, it’s better than it was on the showroom floor.

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Author: @Finnegan6674

  What a beautiful car.  Thank you and the owner for restoring this wonderful car.  I’m going to have to look at the pictures of the journey this GTO went through.  Were you able to source the proper oval antenna for the car?  I have never seen a repop for them.  Again thank you for sharing this with us.

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Author: @jamesaustin4044

  Gorgeous car! Great work guys!

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Author: @kenh9097

  That is an amazing job! Good for you & your crew Kevin!!

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Author: @johnrichard9015

  Love the build aspect! Great vid, great build!  Thanks for taking us along!👍

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Author: @rickbrant4285

  My dad had this exact car except his had blue vinyl seats as well.  It was a stunning car.

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Author: @dennishartford1429

  What an amazing build ! Thank you for sharing this.

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Author: @tacocin

  Absolutely beautiful!  Amazing job!

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Author: @vortexgen1

  Great looking GTO and in a beautiful blue.

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Author: @easyjerryl69

  Kevin, You and your employees do a Great/Awesome job restoring cars. Ive been watching your channel for a long time. I have a 1966 lemans convertible I want to restore. Hopefully in about 7 more years when I retire I can afford to restore it. I live kinda close to you ! Dupo IL. Mine came out of the same pond though ! LOL !

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Author: @charlesdalton985

  You could use that car to check the alignment of a laser it’s so straight!  Was not surprised by the score at all. One question – did the owner keep any of the original parts?  It hardly matters, just curious.  Thanks for sharing, your team should be proud. ~ Chuck

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Author: @sside8

  What a beautiful restoration! What was the cost to do this?

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Author: @raulgarciajr916

  Talk about a professional restoration. Jesus. That’s some amazing work. Great job guys.

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Author: @davidtuck9599

  Great build as usual guys !

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Author: @blackcoffeegarage

  Ohhhhh that blue… what a tank! Great resto, top notch work (but you know that!)

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Author: @bruceh92

  Beautiful GTO guys, congrats 👍

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Author: @billyjoejimbob56

  First rate restoration and an excellent video production.  For my tastes, your resto-mod “recipe” is just the right amount of “mod”…  Suspension, disc brakes, fuel injection, vintage aire…  but the look is still near perfect period original.  Two questions:  Did you and owner consider adding a 4L80E overdrive trans, and why was it not included?  And, the tire and wheel combo looks great, clearly bigger than stock but perfectly suited to the car.  What was your wheel source, size,  and tire  size?

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Author: @bobbyboothe8964

  Fantastic car. Love the colors

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Author: @frankszymkowski7780

  Your shop is getting better and better. Damn damn damn good

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Author: @daleandrews3552

  Boy, now THAT is a complete frame-off restoration, the way is SHOULD be done. Some have said that in these type complete restorations, the car ends up being as good as new. I can now see where that might be true. I mean if everything that’s worn is either reconditioned, sand blasted and repainted or replaced, how could one go wrong?

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Author: @garymatthews1280

  Beautiful work!!

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Author: @robertmceuen3630

  997 out of 1000? Looks PERFECT to me. Beautiful. Well done. I’m 70, so 1967 autos are in my wheelhouse. I had a 67 Olds 442.

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Author: @maxfastest

  Very nice Uber expensive build,

 But now it’s too nice to drive  it !

Pure garage queen

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Author: @rankinmg1

  Great video!!

Awesome automobile, 67 best year for gto!

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Author: @northpointaxe6167

  If I had even half the budget and half the specialty tools used on this project I could do some amazing stuff with my galaxies.

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Author: @michelmendoza1769

  This restoration borders on miraculous!

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Author: @brians9534

  Remarkable and great to watch. Thank you!

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Author: @frankszymkowski7780

  Wow, what a nice job 👍🏻👍🏻

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Author: @slurpee27

  I purposely have t watched this video because  of how much I like the 67 GTOs.

 My parents drove me home in a 4 speed 360HP Montego Cream car in ‘68.

 I was right not to watch it …I am so jealous of this owner…

 You guys do beautiful work .

 Everything is so tastefully done …

I hate everyone 😂 : )

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Author: @tom4139

  amazing attention to detail.  Thanks for sharing!

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Author: @tomrobards7753

  You guys did one fine job

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Author: @scooterdoughmas3012

  very nice love a Pontiac 60 -72 the 67 is a dream car for sure thanks fo sharing😁🤩

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Author: @tomrobards7753

  One of the best looking gto ever made that and the 1969

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Author: @freepatriot6313

  Wow…. I was 10 yrs old and my dad drove up in his brand new ’67 GTO…. blue with black vinyl top.  His was a shade darker blue if I remember correctly… although it was close to this color.  It had the red striped tires and 400ci w/ auto and hurst shifter.  He let me drive it…. sitting on his lap.  Lots of memories. That thing would set you way back in the seat when he floored it.   My dad was a Border Patrolman stationed in Comstock Texas. Just north of Del Rio Texas back then.   Thanks!

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Author: @johnallardyce5159

  Incredible restoration…….beeeeeeeautiful!!!

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Author: @b2ja03

  What was the frame sprayed with primer/paint? Also were the vent windows restored or repops how was the quality? Thanks

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Author: @joyceseaver9350

  You have got a GIFT my friend ! AMAZING work ! God Bless ….

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Author: @joe-hp4nk

  Wow, the new owners were so excited they couldn’t control themselves.

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Author: @ScarlettFire341

  Nice Looker & Presentation – and so someday it will end up at Mecum or Barrett Jackson – and the +- $200,000 they spent will change hands – one millionaire to another – I didn’t realize how good we had it when we could buy a used one, less that 10 years old, for less than $1000 – so goes life

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Author: @josephpacchetti5997

  Love the 67 Oldsmobile, Thanks my friend. 👊 😎

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Author: @toomanyhobbies2011

  Beautiful rodstoration. I had a ’66 with Tri-Power that didn’t stop, turn or start very well. What a wonderful car you created, with all the “charm” of a ’67 Goat that acts modern. Very surprised the engine wasn’t rebuilt.

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Author: @musashinagatsubo9574

  After all the other expenses, I’d have put a stroker kit in the engine.

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Author: @acts2211

  Wow.  Great job

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Author: @stuckinmygarage6220

  Kudos! Breathless

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Author: @THROTTLEPOWER

  Nice!!!!!!! 👍👍

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Author: @wayne.rassman2389

  Oh what. A great job on restoration and production…. 

Where are you located?

Now who owns it?

And. How much? For the restore?

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Author: @Zelaznogsiul-63

  If I had the money, I’ll send you my car in a heart beat, but since I am a poor guy I have to do some of the work myself. It won’t look as good as the cars that you do but it will be nice. I am working on a 1980 trans am pace car with the 301 turbo that no one likes but I am going to keep it. Great video.

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Author: @charleshendrix232

  67 GTO- prettiest muscle car ever.  Period

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Author: @TazR6

  Beautiful.

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Author: @andymudhoney

  Spectacular

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Author: @clifford4081

  Interesting of the trunk lid was the only piece that was saved, And ironically the only piece they don’t make any more of? But they still make fenders and floor pans??

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Author: @frankjgornickjr3676

  It’d be nice to know how much was spent I’m restoring the car ?

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Author: @markvironda

  Very cool

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Author: @rustyrobinson8027

  Nice

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Author: @paul1x1

  997 what took 3 points away i cant see it

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Author: @ronnieboucherthecrystalcraftsm

  nice job done well – great choice and elegant = big job resto = thank you – top team .

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Author: @stude1953

  Hate the vinyl top! That ruined the whole car. Was laughing I can imagine the little kids scratching the car looking at it.

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Author: @garyv2196

  It’s basically not the same car.imo

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Author: @briansimmons7141

  First-time viewer. Extraordinary car, extraordinary craftsmanship, and extraordinary video. I believe this is the best automotive video I have ever seen. Super photography, great narration, and superior music. Thank you, thank you, thank you for using some other than the stereotypical louder-than-the-narration-mediocre-screaming-electric-guitar that is generally inflicted on viewers. Truly a professional video.

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Author: @USCG.Brennan

  I’ve been restoring “Muscle Cars” since the mid ’70s and from experience I appreciate all your hard work and care in what you do.

I call this kind of thing “rolling art” and it truly is!!  I’m currently restoring a ’69 Mustang Fastback for it’s original lady owner who’s daddy purchased it

for her back in ’69 from Pasadena Ford.  It’s all stock and number’s matching in Aztec Turqouise with stock black bucket seat interior, 351, AT, PS and PB.

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Author: @SoundwaveX7

  You guys did an excellent job bringing this 67 GTO back to its former glory again and giving it new life again. 🙂

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Author: @williams3631

  I don’t think I’ve ever seen this much attention to detail presented in a restoration video. I’m extremely impressed. You guys do amazing work !

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Author: @georgemallory797

  This car has a special place in my heart.  I was born in 1967.  When I was little, my mom had two cars in a row with a similar color.  First, she had a 1964 Chevrolet Corvair convertible.  Next, she had a beautiful 1966 Pontiac Bonneville coupe in a silvery blue.  Her next car was a green, 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix.  The Bonneville was a 389, I believe, and the Grand Prix was the same engine as that GTO…a big block 400 that would roast the rear tires off the wheels.  I guess I have always been a Pontiac guy.

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Author: @371francis

  Stunning workmanship! Just stunning. Congratulatiions to all involved in such a great project.

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Author: @Primus54

  That blue metallic color was absolutely my favorite on the GM mid-size muscle cars of the mid-60s.  Looked absolutely stunning when offset by the “perfunctory” Cragar S/S 5-spoke chrome aftermarket wheels.

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Author: @ruebenlaumer3663

  This has to be the absolute best redo I’ve ever seen 100 % total craftsmanship very great job guys and gals thank you ❤

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Author: @ronschwolsky1626

  Phenomenal job!   As much as I love these fabulous restorations (on worthy cars, such as this), I’m not sure the expense could be justified without some serious sentimental value.   That being said, I’m sure many, many people will be asking to buy this car!

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Author: @MichaelLawrence-rc3cj

  Absolutely totally Beautiful ! The workmanship , the people communication , the family, this is so American at its best !

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Author: @derekantill3721

  Magnificent restoration, and how you gave the car some improvements to make it handle better than new. ❤

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Author: @scotthibbard5746

  My dad was a GM factory rep for Pontiac Motor Division for 26 years. We had a ’67 GTO the spitting image of that car. Beautiful restoration you guys did. My dad has a ’66 and a ’70 GTO now.

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Author: @allantaylor3288

  Awesome. Another great project completed by you guys yet again. They didn’t look this good from the factory Beautiful GTO😍

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Author: @darrellkidd5177

  Absolutely beautiful car, and amazing restoration job.  The black vinyl top looks really good, and I know it was on there originally, but it was a shame to cover up such a spectacular paint job on the roof.

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Author: @thefettfan3994

  A pure work of art! Congratulations to every “Craftsman” involved in this labour of love project!!!

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Author: @dominickserignese8837

  You guys are true Craftsman! Amazing job! I love seeing the before-and-after pics as well as the step-by-step pics.

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Author: @ynb3a9y4life

  You guys build something that made an entire family happy ….. Just made me tear up a little 🥲…

A Job well done guys 👏👏👏👏👏

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Author: @autocurioso3142

  Wasnt having good day but this video made it better. Great video, its like immersing yourself into this dream experience of restoring your own muscle car

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Author: @gregkistner1955

  You fellas did an extremely great job on this car! Hats off to all involved!

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Author: @Snowtruckdriver

  Very nice program presentation here. I was fortunate to have owned a 67 GTO with a 400 and four speed. The difference in mine was that it was a convertable. It was the same color as this one with a black interior. One of the most pleasurable cars I ever owned.

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Author: @abcdef-qk6jf

  I think when a vehicle needs that amount of replacements – you did a great job. Doing a little restomod to keep it driveable and fun to drive. Keeping it subtle to retain the soul.

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Author: @granddad-mv5ef

  First, ’67 is my personal favorite GTO. The entire production is the best I have ever seen, starring of course, the restoration. Much has changed in the automotive paint world since I left it 35 years ago. The supplier for whom I worked sold DuPont and Ditzler and we stocked factory pints of Spies Hecker for our Benz dealers. Seeing that only one name of the three remains surprises me not a little.

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Author: @Marthaviews

  What an awesome resto. Well done guys.

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Author: @benmiller1882

  Absolutely, unbelievably beautiful work on this iconic piece of automotive history.

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Author: @TD402dd

  The 1967 GTO is probably the most beautiful muscle car ever built, and these guys have brought it back to that beauty.

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Author: @stevenhassell7677

  There are no words that I can say. The appreciation of these master craftsmen who bring the muscle car to completion. And the owner who is lucky enough to be able to afford that process. Thank all. This video just warmed my Heart.

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Author: @peterjohnson3260

  Such a beautiful car and a masterful restoration.  Bravo and congratulations!

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Author: @saigawesnovember

  I ain’t gonna lie, when they pulled back the cover,I teared up. Beautiful car.well done.

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Author: @fdwsr71

  Very,Very impressive workmanship I love how you kept it original but with upgrades with engine and suspension and wheels and tires. Absolutely Beautiful it should have scored 1001 out 1000.

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Author: @roccobattaglia6321

  Absolutely phenomenal! I don’t remember them saying how long this restoration took Just curious.

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Author: @adcampo7601

  Amazing project and quality of work. Question, do you treat the internal parts of the frame?

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Author: @ronrobichaud8648

  Wow… incredible build. Absolutely stunning! 67’s are my favorite years for GM cars. I would have been a lot more excited than those owners. I’m subscribing now. Great format. All wrapped up in a 20-minute video with great commentary! 👍

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Author: @tomnekuda3818

  Good upload Kevin…….I really enjoyed seeing the original condition of the car, then the work that went into it to correct it, and finally the finished product.  I loved the old GTO’s.

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Author: @gtuttle4

  You guys did a beautiful build on the GTO!

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Author: @LS1007

  Awesome restoration on a beautiful car! Well done! 👍🏻👍🏻🇺🇸

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Author: @jamesdiehl8690

  Awesome job and color!  I’ve seen a few of those in high school, but the ones I loved the most were that burgundy red color with a black vinyl top.  Two seniors who were friends then. One had a 66 and the other a 67. They were both burgundy/black vinyl and polished in the school body shop.  One had a 389 engine and the other a 400.  Both beautifully done, inside and out!

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Author: @barneyrubbel7991

  Incredible restore and took me right back to ’73-74 in high school. Had a green ’67 with vinyl top…know just what you mean. Was a beater for sure…guy I bought it from had built it for drags w/radical cam. Was great fun, but a cop magnet. Thanks for sharing this…made my day!

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Author: @mr.mendez9378

  Definitely the best restoration process I’ve seen. These men are precision auto restorer’s.

Excellent work.

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Author: @tflnorthamerica4585

  This is really incredible workmanship and attention to detail but it’s one of the many reasons I choose not to get an old car and restore it. It’s pretty hard to find a shop that will do quality work in replacing pretty much all of the metal. I can do a lot of things on my own but that’s one thing I would need help on so that’s a big hurdle. Cleaning up a frame in restoring it is not such a big deal but all that new sheet metal lining up definitely takes a tremendous amount of talent.

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Author: @KS-bo1ut

  Man… That car is sweet. Everything looks incredible. Even the wheels are perfect for it. 👍

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Author: @fabieneldridge3414

  So the hood is original and everything else has been replaced ! So basically it is a new GTO ! Very nice ! You guys went the extra mile. Beautiful build ! 🇺🇸👍

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Author: @KirkSH52

  What an incredible car restoration. What a fantastic and highly skilled group of men with an honorable team work ethic. This is an example of people coming together and showing extraordinary kindness and unity for the love and passion of a magnificent creation, the Pontiac GTO.

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Author: @jasonm7354

  what a car great job

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Author: @bluestarindustrialarts7712

  Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful restoration!!!!   My 1st car was a 1968 GTO 4 speed……God if I could go back and give it to you guys to do.  Back then I had the car, but no $$$ for serious work.  Now, almost 50 yrs later I have the $$$ but no car.  Getting harder and harder to find good ones….great job!

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Author: @frankmoore159

  Great show no doubt when I was about 13 years old. My brothers friend had a 67 GTO red with a white vinyl top and white and black interior and they found the total Trans Am and put the 400 drivetrain in it and air-conditioning and I’ll tell you why I always wanted one of those cards when I grew up. I never got one, but I still appreciate them like I did then.

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Author: @JacobsDad

  Awesome job befitting Muscle Car Of The Week and Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals.  Nice to see you again Kevin and thanks to the team and you for sharing.

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Author: @joelbell9082

  I had one I still wish I still had mine The 66 and 67 GTO what gorgeous muscle cars just to look at  Those cars looked like they were fast just standing still

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Author: @humbleguy4726

  Stunning, and built by a company that takes care not to cut corners and that all showed when the unveil happened.

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Author: @scottnewellguitar

  Just doesn’t get much cooler than this! Bravo!!!

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Author: @engrcumins9809

  The ’67 GOAT has been one of my favorites of all time. Just as always, the more I look at this car the more I want to look at.

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Author: @brendanmarriott661

  missed you guys, good to see yall back

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Author: @mariocestra1156

  Kevin, I’m glad to see that you got your hands in there (dirty) your more that the spokesman. Great job.

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Author: @michaelconway6720

  Wow. Amazing job on this car. Thanks for the video.

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Author: @casst346

  Outstanding Work and Attention to Detail! Thanks for Sharing! Best I have ever seen!

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Author: @jerry3890

  I bought a ’67 GTO new. Plum MIst, biggest engine I could get, 4 speed, no power steering, No air con, white interior and 4:33 gears. That car was a rocket, I wish I had it today!

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Author: @Gene1954

  If Pontiac would have continued to make cars like this they might still be in business.

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Author: @mriosgto

  I worked at a 24 hr. full service gas station  from age 14 – 23   my 2nd car was very Early production 67 coupe same color and vinyl top 4 speed version drum brakes, non power steering no AC and it had a carter AFB most of them had quadra jets but that car was show room model .    The owner was blown away yall did a awesome job  everything is smart for today and point on,  con grats guys .     BEAUTIFUL !

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Author: @rad87gn

  997/1000 SCORE!!!  WOW!!!!  Amazing restoration!!!

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Author: @user-fy2qz4ho6e

  I really enjoyed this video. The gentleman narrated it perfectly.  It was a very well made documentation of an exceptional build !

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Author: @vernhoke7730

  A kid I went to high school with, his older brother had one of these in black,

389 with a 4 speed.

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Author: @JamesWoods-yu2kf

  Amazing restoration and build!! 997 out of 1000 sounds like you beyond NAILED IT!! What was the time frame from start to finish as I may have missed that during the cool video?? GTO (especially 64′ thru 67′) is my dream car and your finished product is beyond what anyone could have expected..🤙

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Author: @mauriceclemens3286

  Still my favorite GTO. Beautiful job.

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Author: @montebuchholtz

  It looks to me like you do top notch work. I would definitely want you to restore a car of mine. I just wish I had one

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Author: @user-vv9zo4sc4k

  Absolutely beautiful but I think I prefer them without the vinyl roof but what a tremendous job great stuff

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Author: @TonyDantzler

  I do like the better than new restoration  of cars. This one appeared to have the right balance of modernized and original parts.  I think back to some of the cars that I have owned and a process like this applied to them would be an amazing sight to see. I would drive them too.  Thanks for sharing this project with us. I think my great Uncles 73 Chevrolet Caprice would be a fun one to run through this process. Not a muscle car but still it brings back some good memories.

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Author: @gargar8196

  Beautiful job guys. I had one. It was the darker blue. I loved it

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Author: @mikeberthold1593

  All I can say is stunning… great job on restoring that car!!

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Author: @scotcrist3793

  I would love to see this same car done with a white top and white interior. And sport mirrors. Automatic transmission with the his and her shifter . Just love the car over any other. Great job guys.

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Author: @brianworkman9954

  Excellent color. Amazing car and year. A Hall of Fame car. Pure beauty on wheels.

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Author: @topturretgunner

  Outstanding work guys! WOW! The 67 Goat. Haha! GTO for those uninitiated was my favorite. That car is absolutely beautiful. You guys did an awesome job. 👍👍👍❤️

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Author: @stevehanrahan2710

  Magnificent Restoration! Better than new!

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Author: @user-lf9jt7qq4b

  You doing a magnificent job .. The car was absolutely beautiful and I love the color…. I enjoy the way that you present everything that you do on the car and document it and show it to the people …. Again you done a fabulous job I had a 67 Firebird that was that color… I have owned four GTO‘s 68 and 69’s…. I have a 69 now that I am satisfied in keeping, I have redone the motor through the rear end …. It has the 400 engine board out to 472 , Edelbrock heads an intake .. Barry Grant speed, Demon carburetor .. muncie, four speed , 3.73 rear end …. With all the work that was done on the heads and pistons it is pushing right at 600 hp…. If I listed everything that was done it would up a whole page … But love the GTO‘s

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Author: @splender88

  Very nice job goes to show you can take any car and bring them back even better than new provided all of the parts are available which is not always the case. Have to say was a little leary of the motor since it was an older rebuild but seems to have worked out just fine.

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Author: @theduelist5706

  Great job guys!  I have seen that blue so assuming its a factory color with the dupont emron.  My mother had a gold one with a painted black top not vinyl.  I heard that was a rare one from a couple of GTO owners.

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Author: @gmp203

  what an amazing resto!  very very impressed.  well done

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Author: @micksss7444

  Beautiful. Huge amount of work – excellent result. I would love to have that in my driveway.

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Author: @bruceallen6016

  Nice car. I was impressed that it had the Hurst His n Hers shifter. I installed one of those in a 1967 442 after converting from a 4 speed car to a T400 auto. Thumb up for the resto.

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Author: @randywright4310

  You guys killed it with this car I have one but I know I don’t really have enough money to let you do mine I’m doing all the frame and suspension work and I have a Pontiac 400 to go back in it

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Author: @rolandolaureano2461

  Excelente tremendo trabajo 👏

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Author: @samurai1833

  Outstanding!  How long did it take to restore?  Thanks!

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Author: @FreeSoul132

  Fantastic vid,mind-blowing result . LOVE  the colour !!!

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Author: @58raceguy

  Wow, what a great video highlighting this incredible restoration. With the possible exception of being a 4-speed rather than an automatic, a ‘67 GTO in Tyrol Blue with a black top and interior is one of my all time top three dream musclecars. You all did a magnificent job on this one and the modifications are just right; maintaining the soul of the car but adding to the driving experience. And one thing is for sure, this begs to be driven. I’ve always enjoyed the Musclecar of the Week features and I look forward to the restoration features as well. Thanks for sharing, it made my morning and you have a new subscriber.

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Author: @phillippayne1242

  Finally an automotive 

professional / spokesperson who knows cars and what to do! Some of the other videos are a joke; the goofy person finds a car and talks about the color of the car and history of the car, but not THE details.

Thank you

Congratulations to the family.

Great restoration job.

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Author: @jshoptaw5862

  What an OUTSTANDING JOB!  What a beautiful car.  I had a 66 Lemans that had the GTO package except for having the 326 V8 instead of the 389 of that year.

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Author: @SolamenteVees

  Great video! Rhetorical question; how much of an original car must remain to retain its soul? (a lot of structure and sheet metal was replaced on this GTO)

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Author: @ghariebkhan-hx6og

  You guys diffentaly did an amazing 👏 job it was a award winning car 🚗 I’m always a gto fan especially 67

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Author: @nathanmiller8093

  Gentlemen you did a AMAZING JOB.  I’m totally impressed.

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Author: @marvinhecox8289

  What a job replacing all the sheet metal and you guy’s did a beautiful job the owner should be proud.67 GTO one of my favorite car’s👍👍👍👍👍😃

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Author: @jimedge8301

  Beautiful work👍.love the attention to detail,true professionals something you can be proud of.

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Author: @markdoolan7282

  You all did yourselves proud. Just gorgeous, quality, impressive

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Author: @OSUBuckeyes1

  Amazing job.  I would have preferred to have seen the red stripe tires rather than the lettered ones.

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Author: @firebird5288

  Man I love Pontiac muscle.  Fantastic work!

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Author: @siegfriedstanzel3936

  Hi gentlemen, your whole team made a brilliant and phantastic job – thank you – to enjoy your video – greetings from Germany.

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Author: @mongosaqqara

  My favorite year and model of muscle car…what a beauty!

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Author: @ROCKETRICKYH

  Stunning. Fabulous, Wonderful. Oh boy, if only I could have had my beloved, long gone, 1973 Camaro Z28 undergo the same treatment! Thank you for producing such a captivating film.

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Author: @stevenjacobson8177

  Awesome job. Well done boys

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Author: @mikedtw

  Brilliant. Genius. A masterclass in restoration, in 22:47. Awesome!

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Author: @robertsherman5428

  Y’all did a jam up restoration I’ve got to say your Spray /body man Jeff is no doubt an absolute legend and man can he run a spray gun WOW

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Author: @josemluera5114

  You guys did a great job.

God bless!

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Author: @matzrat5006

  Beautiful job guys , of a beautiful car !

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Author: @bullfrommull

  Amazing job. Looks fantastic.  A wee question. I never see you guys pumping the the inside of all these lovely new panels and hidden orifices with wax. Especially when stuff has been welded .

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Author: @jamesstead1496

  I have a ‘ 65 Chevelle that could be a contender for your restoration squad. I’m thinking  Z16  Pro Streeter look. Mine was definitely  a swamp car but I have all new panels for it now. Chassis is cut for Pro Street look. Glad to see that you are still doing what you do, Excellent restoration s of Classic Cars!

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Author: @awfulcoffelsonecargarage8215

  Being born in 67 I’d really like to have a ride I told myself I’ll have me a 67 something before I die Great job on the car really looks beautiful

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Author: @user-mn6yw3ov6d

  I love that your GTO y’all did a very wonderful job with that beautiful car

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Author: @mazharalam8725

  Respected sir you have done a great job ,,, awesome ❤️

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Author: @francfurian8215

  Great job guys, no really a Great job in every sense of the word.

Cheers 🙂

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Author: @pilotop517

  Best restoration i have seen, awesome work!!

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Author: @vitoponzio2234

  As a previous owner of a ’67 GTO, with the Hurts shifter, it does my heart good to see this classic car rebuilt.  You are truly doing God’s work. 🙂

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Author: @nickwillobey2205

  Still looks 👍👍👍 great,…even when it’s Crusty!

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Author: @rhrh2025

  Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Mercury, Plymouth, etc. are surely missed. The GTO was a beast.

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Author: @willjam465

  Wow…looks fantastic!

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Author: @novaguy509

  Love the Rally II wheels and of course, the whole car.

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Author: @munizjj

  I love what the V8 shop does. They are the best.

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Author: @backintheday9724

  Wow you guys did a Beautiful job 💓

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Author: @ladronsiman1471

  I grew up in EL SALVADOR ..My neighbour’s brother got one brand new .So i recall how beautiful were this All American cars .On of the things my neighbour love to make us be aware was the sound of the engine compression when he did breaking with engine …He loved to ear this ..We were only 12 years old ..But we couldn’t get enough of the compression.. Only years later i knew what he was talking about ..

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Author: @oliverrojas3185

  I don’t know if it’s possible to imagine how much discipline It takes to resolve to continue restoring a vehicle when it requires resurrecting it from a state of being under life support.  By comparison, the structural walls and interior of an old building are torn down and disposed of, leaving its facade being held in place by a retaining wall as the only testament to history.  22:47

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Author: @BigEdKOWALIK-ok9co

  Beautiful. I could see that in the future as a possibility.

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Author: @leejackson7807

  WOW ! Wot a car !!! Outstanding job guys, just Awesome ! And Daaayum, i wish that was mine.

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Author: @georgemullin7772

  Absolutely awesome  you  guys  are magicians.

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Author: @petermurgatroyd2002

  Amazing restoration job👌

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Author: @tdelorean2071

  I wonder always what pros like you do to the inside of the frame rails etc to clean, or protect the frame?

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Author: @jackstone904

  A lot of work there. Great Job congrats 👏 Got to see it in person.

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Author: @tallspaniard1

  That is much better than when it left the factory ❤❤❤❤❤ 🎉🎉 😊

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Author: @radioguy1620

  I can see why un restored originals in good shape are worth so much, this was not a easy resto. .

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Author: @kenmelchior3466

  Not sure if it’s been asked, what was the ballpark cost to get restored like this? I need to know how much to save up 😅

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Author: @gsmith207

  This is wicked cool! Love the format. A little different approach to the usual. Great vid/editing. I sub’ed like a good gear head should. Don’t know why YouTube just sending this now! Jeez! I’m late to the party! Algorithms have a flaw

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Author: @johnwilson4944

  Great job on a beautiful GTO!  But why not put the correct seat cover pattern on  it after doing all of that work?

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Author: @chrisnizer5702

  Love those old closed chamber 670 heads but they do not like to run on today’s pump gas. That said it’s a great looking car, especially painted Tyrol blue.

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Author: @OldBoldGuy

  The one thing all of us would like to know, what was the build cost?

Knowing that could make me start looking for the right car to load up and send to you 🙂

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Author: @danielblanchard793

  Nice to see one done right and not all chopped up . Modified just right . Thank the lord that Dave Kindig or The Martin brothers did not touch this and ruin a time piece. I hate seeing LS motors put in these cars .I would not do anything different that what was done.

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Author: @sanheadoffice6544

  extra ordinary effort 

appreciation keep it up ❤!

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Author: @RyanBassForLife

  Love this paint color. Light blue matalica with a black vinal roof 😃👍

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Author: @Erockp5915

  Gorgeous work!! Wooow!

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Author: @radioguy1620

  original owners luckier than most to have a big family around them. car is a plus.

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Author: @bubashalom8274

  Wow!  Excellent work.

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Author: @errorsofmodernism9715

  My 4th grade teacher, Mrs Raabe had one of these in 1968. I could never figure out how she knew enough about cars to buy a GTO. I always figured her husband must have purchased it. LOL

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Author: @ednemeno5290

  Good Job 👍 nice color I like it, I use to remember when I was young I use to ride a Pontiac GTO during the 70th good luck 🙂

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Author: @aaronharms3594

  Beautiful car!

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Author: @orwellknew9112

  Is that car not a thing of beauty?  It’s like auto jewelry.  Beautiful colour and just beautifully restored.

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Author: @ednemeno5290

  WOW 👍 I use to remember when I was young in the 70’s I use to ride a Pontiac GTO 🙂 now iam senior 🙂

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Author: @dougmiller5608

  Hey Kevin,  at what point of the process,  do you guys tweak and twist the frame straight. Just curious,  because I never hear anyone talk about that part of the restoration.

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Author: @scringe1

  @21:00 That GTO in the background has a nice color that my ’67 used to have. I wish I saw more pics of it.

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Author: @gabrielarreola8466

  I love this video it really inspired me a lot , thanks also to you tube 👍🏼

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Author: @scottlafollette7221

  Judged at 997 out of 1000 points. 💎

Curious though … 🤔💭🤷‍♂️

With better than factory original suspension, brakes and air conditioning, 

is that why three points were deducted ? Just curious. 

Congratulations to the restores and the owners/caretakers. 👏🙌

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Author: @waynegood9233

  I use to own a 1967 GTO from 1971-1976 light silver green Black vinyl top 4 speed wood steering wheel also had the the hubcaps that looked like knock off wheels 42 k miles

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Author: @mikeb5372

  Just doesn’t make sense to me why anyone would do this seeing how much had to be replaced. Nevertheless it turned out awesome

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Author: @johntorres7468

  Always love that 67 GTO

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Author: @desperadolighfoot8534

  Gorgeous work, the old g9at looks like it has  s3cond life:)

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Author: @bobmillerick300

  That is a work of art.  I’ll take it.

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Author: @echoi7119

  Cars like these make me wish I was born American 👍

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Author: @downdemon2378

  Excellent resto!  One question: why use F*rd brakes instead of vette, camaro, other gm or even aftermarkets?

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Author: @ankitpatel4967

  absolute … have never  seen anything better than this.. Cheers

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Author: @frankrivvi5553

  Absolute beautiful job incredible craftsmanship but the vinyl top🤢

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Author: @brenthill3241

  There’s no question that old floor pan was a wreck.

All that original Detroit steel getting in the way of the restoration.

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Author: @lilianehauri1163

  Great colour, super car.

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Author: @waynegood9233

  I had a 1967 GTO when I bought after leaving the Navy in 1971 it had 41k miles and was a 4 speed light silver green and black interior black vinyl top

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Author: @jimtrucksis1505

  Nice work Gents. You should be proud.

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Author: @damianmousley2098

  Fantastic rebuild and riveting to watch. You guys are absolute craftsmen. it’s clear your team love what they do by the attention to detail and quality of their work…

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Author: @kevinz8930

  Looks spectacular

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Author: @jamesrussell6123

  That is gonna be one pretty 1967 Pontiac GTO

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Author: @vnonkwinn6233

  Just lovely I must say.

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Author: @markkolinski9335

  Remarkable video thanks for sharing it

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Author: @acts2211

  Stunning car

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Author: @garyslentzii2796

  I bought a 66 Lemans Tempest when I was 15 (44 yrs ago).  Me & my buddy rebuilt the 326, it had over an inch of sludge in it.  We bodyworked it for paint, only had one dent in the rear 1/4.

I drove it for 2 yrs until I decided to drive to school when it snowed. I lost control passing my school bus & hit a pole right behind the passenger door, it was bad, broke the tranny in half.  I almost made it back home but broke down, and vandals broke the rear window, driver’s & 1/4 window out of it.  I had it towed to a junk yard & got $25 for it.  Damn I miss that car.

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Author: @joelbell9082

  I had a 66 GTO and the back lights on the 66  much nicer but the fact of the matter is the only way I got my GTO to run the quarter-mile much faster I took out the 389 I put in a 427 l88 motor now the car was fast

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Author: @SuspenseESCAPEremastered

  The FIRST muscle car was actually the ’63 Ford Galaxie XL – not the ’64 GTO

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Author: @tincupco

  John Delorean had a eye for beauty when he imagined this beast.

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Author: @armandoreyna415

  Simply amazing 🤩

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Author: @PhpGtr

  Grampa looks like he owns a fleet of HVAC vans, or a law firm.  Which is probably about what it would take to afford this restoration.

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Author: @guests5863

  66/67 GTOs most beautiful muscle car Detroit ever made. PERIOD!

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Author: @d0u6s

  A jewel.

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Author: @Joke9972

  It’s the nicest colour for this car. Basically coming from nothing to this, ‘chapeau’ as they say in French.

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Author: @rabidturnip78

  Its my dream to own a body off fully restored classic car…i almost dont care what car either..

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Author: @booster5329

  How much was restoration? I love your attention to detail!

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Author: @habibnetanukefuel795

  Terrific channel, would love to visit the brothers collection.

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Author: @amrisuhadak5520

  Greeting from indonesia, american muscle car always awesome…beautifuuulll V engine ‘great job guys’

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Author: @davidkraft8541

  very entertaining great production

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Author: @donnychalk9906

  Oh how I miss my 67.

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Author: @jblovell9065

  Masterpiece

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Author: @marksmith6091

  So…how much? What was the total cost to the owners to restore it?

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Author: @paulcabral9462

  My biggest dream is to bring my dads 65′ GTO back to life. Its in really bad shape and needs super special and pros to make it happen. My dad is 75 yrs. old and he dreams of this happening to his 65′! He has said many, many times, he will never part ways with his baby! Only thing that gets in the way of making this dream happen is $$$.😢😢

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Author: @brucemorris6319

  Super nice car.

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Author: @emadkhoshaba8032

  Amazing work

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Author: @gianwcs6077

  Great job, real professional!

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Author: @samtalley9525

  I had one in 72..the factory air filter assembly was starving the 400 for air

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Author: @leeatterberry1239

  This gets the coolest YouTube video of the Year award,

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Author: @michaelbarady6636

  True car surgeons. WOW  !!

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Author: @anthonywilliams4100

  No words, outstanding work  Gentlemen.

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Author: @joelcampbell1491

  Beautiful job

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Author: @mountainboyoakley3119

  Ohhh blue is my favorite color, I miss my brother’s body shop.

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Author: @fabieneldridge3414

  Love the Color !

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Author: @4nascar17

  I had a 67′ Goat. Same color but white interior. It was a convertible too. I sold it early 2000s for 35k. The car is worth way north of 100k now.

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Author: @davidwayne9982

  WOW— I LOVE THIS– perfect color and EVERYTHING.. GREAT VIDEO!!!!

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Author: @grandchamp7783

  Know a guy that bought a 65′ Black/Black off the showroom floor with only 5 miles on it!! He still has it,too!! SHARP!!

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Author: @mikeschumann7832

  Just simply awesome to the point of emotional

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Author: @4nascar17

  I almost forgot. Val Kilmer is a huge GTO fan and he owns 3. I talked to him several hours. The subject was 90% Goats and 10% Tombstone. He’s a wonderful man.

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Author: @montebuchholtz

  My all time favorite car is a 67 GTO

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Author: @barryiverson6899

  So beautiful

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Author: @GOUSIOS_ILIAS

  συγχαρητήρια 🇬🇷

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Author: @charlesd.clintsman5898

  Outstanding!!

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Author: @inigonoriega5480

  The best and unique exit of Delorean

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Author: @alialtubaikh6449

  Gorgeous blue lady of 1967 star 🌟

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Author: @pippaknuckle

  I’m guessing this would have cost the owner close to $80k ? Am I close?

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Author: @hydroy1

  Bottom line from getting the car to driving it out, what did it cost to restore?

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Author: @donaldleavy4379

  Wow This Must Have Taken AT LEAST 2-3 Days To Finnish… & Of Course I NOTICED You Missed A Spot.. really guys … I’m appalled..I mean I applause. Yeah look what the average back yard rebuild can do for , What?, Like Just    

Under  What About $99,999 not bad .. A Real Budget Build…Fantasy world

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Author: @kaivaz6076

  What a job!

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Author: @NickManCuso59

  The owner didn’t take care of it before. What makes you think he’ll take better care of it this time ?

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Author: @austinpatterson672

  Beautiful…

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Author: @felixtorres6826

  You guys are MASTERS AT THIS but im a little disappointed at the owners of car, emotionally dead. I couldnt see their joy. I guess they been through this process before.

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Author: @deandee8082

  good grief so worth all that work tho, my buddies dad had one, greenish, tri pack, very nice car, and his son myu buddy had a brown 68 .. dunno whats become of either of them but his dad knew when we were kids these were going to be valuable some day, i said, meh, yea so is money.. sure wish I had listened and taken it to heart, all the muscle we had in the day, W30’s, SS, GT’s  unreal..

back in 69 that’s all that was rolling around for the most, MUSSEL!  brand spankin new.. so many nice cars back then, today its yuk, maybe they have bluetooth or lane sensing but nowhere near as nice as the muscle

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Author: @MackHeath-ns7ly

  I used to  own a  72  Dodge  Charger  yep  it  had a  318 2 barrel Carb I went  and  upgraded  it  to  Dual Exhaust cause  it  was  cheaper than  the  single Exhaust but  i  messed  up and  took  it  t  a  place in Ypsilanti MI named H&H Towing  and  they  would  fix  the  problem  but  unknown  to  me  would  rig  something  else  to  break down  so  not  knowing  this  practice  they  did  after  awhile  I  got  sick  of  paying  for  the  neve  ending  repair  jobs  and  traded  it  to a  friend  of  mine for  his  Plymouth Duster but  years  later  I wished  I  had  the  Charger  back  but  I do  not  see  that  happening  anytime  soon but  I  had  to get  that  off  my  mind

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Author: @clifford4081

  Dang, must be nice. 👍

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Author: @douglasradowick508

  V8speedshop, what part of “G-O-R-G-E-O-U-S”, did you not understand? I’m still having to wear an oxygen mask to catch my breath! Don’t be surprised if you find the couple in the back seat at “make out point”!🤭😁❤️ Doug

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Author: @MrMisanthrope1RBjr

  i wonder how much it cost to do that

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Author: @neiljumpinjackflash7551

  I wouldn’t term this a ‘restoration’ as the original car was a rust bucket and the only piece that was ‘original’ was the power train and frame. If it was a real restoration it would have been returned back to factory original specs every nut and bolt would be original, all the parts OEM and the paint would be vintage. This is really a resurrection and a alteration to modern technology, which is cool and to each there own but not truly a factory concours restoration.. You missed the factory pin stripe that was on every 67 GTO I ever owned by the way.

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Author: @lemmykilmister873

  1967 PONTIAC GTO  🙂👍🏻

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Author: @user-pv6vn1ws8f

  Damn God bless america again it’s definitely mesmerising gto..

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Author: @kingerikthegreatest.ofall.7860

  Beautiful

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Author: @thec130side

  What a beauty

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Author: @Bobby-kp6ln

  Gorgeous color

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Author: @billmagorian490

  It looks like conservatively over 50% of the body has been replaced. What’s the point? The labor alone to do a project like this would have allowed the owner to buy a clean driving Lemans to save money and end up with a show car.

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Author: @THROTTLEPOWER

  Nice!!!!!!! 👍👍

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Author: @jeffreybowers8149

  Nice work

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Author: @thisisCHOPZZ

  Amazing job

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Author: @user-zx2vr9gn6f

  very nice❤🎉

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Author: @derekt5216

  Brake pad installed incorrectly at 5:23.   Oops.

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Author: @jburtd1

  Wow what a car. I’ll bet. $ 200,000 at least !

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Author: @malcolmreed3742

  beautiful car, my dream car, but I would’ve restored it 100% original and certainly would not put any Ford parts on it.. that’s sacrilege

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Author: @100worldcup8

  Wow 👏👏👏

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Author: @bobmcginn7417

  Way nicer than any Tesla..!

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Author: @PETERLINNAH

  If you don’t mind my askin’ — how much that setcha back?

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Author: @Slimjim260

  Wonder how much it cost???

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Author: @chicagotom2006

  I owned from new this exact car. Same color, same top and interior. I swear that they came from the factory with a hand painted black pinstripe. Am I wrong?

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Author: @williamrosario6369

  I dont have a muscle car but it is a 79 cutlass supreme and wonder if you would work on it

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Author: @dinocracchiolo996

  This is realistic only if money is no issue.

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Author: @tonieveritt7045

  you no you live in a great country for 8sman do i love a v8 the sound is to die for we have thre rover v8s no where near as good as your v8si love the gto a lovely car and what you have done is amazing keep up the good work

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Author: @thyslop1737

  The car is STY’ LYN !!!!!

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Author: @edkok5101

  Is this color baby blue?  

Good job.🔥🔥👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻

Thenks.

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Author: @holly52ful

  What was the 3/1000 difference?? We don’t give perfect!! Lol

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Author: @Leo-DaGreek

  Great rescue. ,I have a 67 Riv that needs to to back on the rd please,Leonard in TX

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Author: @gdholmfirth

  The engine was painted Pontiac Blue, but the engine put into the car was silver?

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Author: @radioguy1620

  Ford 3 speeds were actually used in 67  V8 Firebirds. not sure about Tempest models.

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Author: @joncorwin6134

  Is that Ron Swanson without the hair?  Sounds just like him.

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Author: @drenegb

  Brakes Ford? Pontiac left the group😂

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Author: @L72Chevelle427

  Should have left the vinyl top of the car…JMO of course.

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Author: @lugnutz6353

  Nice!

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Author: @lloydwalters4252

  I bet that was well over a 100k

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Author: @machtschnell7452

  I thought the engines were all 389 except for a very few 421 for those who knew the code?

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Author: @peterhogan9537

  nice car but it should not have the sport mirrors.

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Author: @machone7580

  Wow!!  NICE!!

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Author: @billharden7127

  Very Good 👍

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Author: @FessCA

  What a rough cost of a project like this?

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Author: @danbeauchamp8337

  👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

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Author: @mreinstein48

  Wow!!!!!!

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Author: @sanjeevkumarkoli8448

  Good job…

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Author: @Requiredfields2

  You basically used the original car as a stencil and replaced everything.

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Author: @boblongdickder6178

  O my God it’s got Ford on it. !!!! Lol.

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Author: @vickypratamaputravivo4940

  1967 Pontiac GTO First Generation

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Author: @ronaldbertin9455

  125000 in resto bills?

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Author: @DanielOrtegoUSA

  So this is what jealousy feels like. 🥹

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Author: @samd4181

  Wow!

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Author: @samtalley9525

  It’s a  ” GOAT “

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Author: @davidmackenzie5403

  Better than all the modern plastic cars out there

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Author: @jonapolloapollo5770

  where is the red pin line tires? The only over site great car BRAVO

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Author: @vickypratamaputra4363

  Pontiac GTO First Generation 1967

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Author: @norris.7670

  👍🥳

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Author: @user-zv6fm1nq3c

  Family enjoy your car .crew out  done your self

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Author: @johnstickel5252

  I am an original owner of a 67 GTO. I think this is not $$$ well spent.

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Author: @user-pu6kf2kz3c

  i can only get diecast of the Pontiac GTO as im not in USA😂

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Author: @boatboy222

  Awesome j9b….

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Author: @carllavell8673

  👀…🔥👍😎👍🔥

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Author: @timothybier4504

  Ford Brakes ? Sacrilegious Dudes, Wilwood & Brembo are available..

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Author: @runwiththewind3281

  Thank you.

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Author: @vickypratamaputra4363

  1967 Pontiac GTO

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Author: @EpididymisCowper

  how much was the bill?

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Author: @RaceCar21

  Automatic & A/C, no thanks. Other than that, it’s a beautiful car.

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Author: @johnandersonjjr

  Too bad about the firewall flaming red suspension raised white letter radials and he racing mirrors

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Author: @rogercoleman8515

  Thank you

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Author: @Amarillobymorning777

  Wow

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Author: @richb419

  not much original car left. looks like only 60 percent. even though it turned out very nice.

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Author: @georgewetzel4380

  What a shame to spend all that money only to save a few dollars with those s__t tires.

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Author: @rjkusse

  This is a resto-mod…..not a restoration.

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Author: @tylerparker3024

  At that point its basically a reproduction. Not a restoration. My opinion.

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Author: @seneca451

  Kevin no longer with The Brothers?

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Author: @oslo4251

  Such a car but with an automatic transmission.. what a shame..

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Author: @garyreed354

  66 nicer

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Author: @garyreed354

  That’s not a GTO is lemans I had 2 a 66 and a 67 very little  difrance  just some chrome  and maybe  motor not mine  smog stuff

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Author: @ronbelanger4113

  Never be worth the time and money put into it.

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Author: @francoamerican4632

  Why would you have an engine rebuilt and then not drive the car? Does not compute.

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Author: @garyreed354

  389 6 pack

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Author: @davehutchins2820

  You guys looking for some full time help? I’m over 75 and living on SS and a small pension. I can’t do much but stand around and be absolutely amazed. All I can pay you is $20 an hour. Interested?

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Author: @henrysantos121

  Matatan.(“.🤔.”). Ribirin HS,

I really love to watch this channel,

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