Thanks, If my dad doesn't restore it, then I for sure am going to. Once Im done college (2-3 year course), which I should be starting this september. And start working full time for my dad, i'll start restoring or atleast start planning in detail for it's restoration.Mr.DJ said:'74...my favorite year. Please upload these photos to our forum's Photo Gallery, so that they'll be more readily accessible for others to view and enjoy. I certainly hope that you do eventually have that car restored, as it'll be worth even more...if done right. Thanks for the photos.
TheChallenger said:Yea, I really want to restore it. How much would anyone guess would it cost to restore this car? Judging from the pic's on the first post. Needs some slight body work, new paint, engine and tranny rebuild, interior redone.
Maybe that's a good thing, as I'd much prefer for it to be 'restored' back to original 'showroom' condition, as opposed to being transformed into a 'custom car'...but maybe that's just me.TheChallenger said:lol....funny you said that, cause we actually applied for the show, but never heard anything back.
Yea, Im definatly with you on that, while what Chip Foose does is awsome, I'd rather have this car restored to the original look, maybe some different wheels tho(maybe!)Mr.DJ said:Maybe that's a good thing, as I'd much prefer for it to be 'restored' back to original 'showroom' condition, as opposed to being transformed into a 'custom car'...but maybe that's just me.
rodkil1 said:Great car. Are you planning on restoring her yourself or paying someone to do it?