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I looked at that as well, Ed. Another instance where the lighting and editing conspire to make it very difficult to determine so much about the...
I've no doubt you guys are right that it's a real 288 GTO, but I still have a question-
What I'm saying is the car in the warehouse has a single...
Good points, all. Thanks.
I noticed the wastegate dump also.
One of the things I was unclear about was why this car had single exhaust pipes on...
I've never studied the Norwood 'GTO' makeovers (or any others).
My initial impression was that it was real but I'm not at all confident in my...
Thanks for posting this, Ed. I enjoyed watching and look forward to seeing more from this story.
If I had a brain, like Steve Robertson or Tim...
Is it a T40 in the foreground? Coachbuilder? Love the castle they sleep in.
The Swiss are known for their timing :D
Car looks fantastic.
Marcel do you know why restoration took 9 years?
Technical challenges/state of vehicle upon delivery to PR
US guy here. I agree with the general caveat of 'not believing everything you read/hear'. That said, Walter is of course right.
There will be no...
I've seen that a number of times on tow vehicles.
No doubt there's a 22' Wells Cargo box trailer somewhere that hooks up to the back of the Explorer.
I would say 1002 when with Robert Horne.
And restoration costs are basically the same as the 10X priced Fcars.
Although she has changed hands, I'm going to guess the NART is frequent visitor 10139.
Very cool. GLWS
Jim is no longer around on this site. You might have luck finding him on facebook through one of his car projects. Best of luck with your build.
That's half right. The wheel hub emblems all have to line up so that the Stuttgart horsey is facing, well, Stuttgart.
This will of course change...