Doing a Project Cars is one of the things we have the most fun with on this site. We just finished our Project Barn Find AMX, and Project High School 67 Mustang fastback, sold the Project Bulls Eye Dodge Dart and our Project Cougar is near completion so it was time to start a new project. This one is going to be the wildest one yet. Our most recent Project was done on the cheap, this one will be anything but cheap. We are going to introduce you to it today but it is the last you will see of it until it is completely done! We want this one to be a big surprise. However, when it is done you will get every detail of its build and you are going to want to keep checking back to see what’s up.
To start with it is a 1967 Dodge Coronet that was pulled out of a basement storage area where it had been siting for years. It is sound but has some rusted out floors and a few dings. Since these photos were taken it has been torn completely apart and will soon go out to the media blaster to remove all rust and old paint. When it gets back the transformation will begin and this is no restoration back to stock.
All I can say is you are going to love this car when its done. I am taking suggestions on paint color. What would you recommend?
Here is the status of the car today. The demolition has started but the construction will be a secret until it is completed.
About the Author: I grew up and lived in Iowa for nearly 40 years before moving to Southern California. The time there was very rewarding but the urge for a slower pace moved us to Tennessee a few years ago and we love it. I have been into cars since I was old enough to remember. I don't have a brand loyalty although I do prefer American Muscle. As long as it has four wheels on it I get excited. Few men are lucky enough to be able to share their passion for cars with the woman they love. Fortunately, my wife Katriana is also a gear head and many of our activities revolve around the cars. When they don't we are usually out with our miniature donkeys. You can see more about that part of our lives at http://www.LegendaryFarms.com.