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By JWils23
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Love the videos, this car is so beautiful! Thanks for continuing to share it with us!
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By 69428scj
#4936440
Thank you! I have a few more I can throw together before I start needing to film more. I might get to those in the next few weeks depending on workload.
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By JWils23
#4936466
Awesome, I look forward to seeing them! Are you still planning on taking her to NYC for Halloween?
By 69428scj
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69428scj wrote: April 24th, 2009, 6:32 pm I have f****g awesome news...but I'll save it for now. Two letters though MM:grin::grin::grin::grin::mrgreen:
Man, I remember the excitement of this awesome day. Anyone ever experienced deja vu before, but it was real??? :lol::-D:wink:
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By JWils23
#4938063
69428scj wrote: August 9th, 2020, 9:33 pm
69428scj wrote: April 24th, 2009, 6:32 pm I have f****g awesome news...but I'll save it for now. Two letters though MM:grin::grin::grin::grin::mrgreen:
Man, I remember the excitement of this awesome day. Anyone ever experienced deja vu before, but it was real??? :lol::-D:wink:
Could this be alluding to the reason you’ve been collecting some extra parts??
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By JWils23
#4938068
I’m jealous of all the “extra” parts you’ve been able to find haha
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By Theoderic
#4938224
HOLY mother puss-bucket... i can hardly imagine how many human lifespans of work you must have had to put into that, to get it to how it looks today. Unbelievable :shock:
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By 69428scj
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It was quite fast. A typical, quality restoration takes at least a year/two years. I had some serious deadlines to meet in order to make appearances with some of the movie starts, that's why I hustled pretty damn hard to make it happen in such a short time.
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By JWils23
#4938648
Amazing to see what this car was and what you've turned it into. Absolutely beautiful!
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By JWils23
#4938895
Growing up wrenching on GM’s this makes me wish I lived near Ohio just so I could help in some way, shape or form! Can’t wait to see how you bring this one to life.
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By NotSabbat
#4938979
As an Ohio ghost buster Ive been to several events now that included the Ect-Ohio and I have always marveled at how good the build quality is. You are an amazing person to build it and to let it be used at so many events for charity. Thank you so much and I can wait to see what you do next!

Also; the seats are super comfortable.
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By 69428scj
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1A, Pre-Ecto, restore it to original, just preserve it....many options to choose from. But for now, I'm not doing anything with it until I'm in a better position to do something with it.
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By ccv66
#4938998
I'm guessing you own a Mach on top of those. Only so much time in the day to work and all of them
By ccv66
#4939050
Got a ' 70 but no 428, would have to butter up my shock towers fit one end. I grew up with my uncle telling me the 428s were better truck engines, all torque ect.. I eventually rode in a scj a few years back, all the power you'd want out of a street car
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By 69428scj
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New video posted! Not an Ect-OHIO video, but a 1A compilation video. I couldn't find one that captured all the scenes with the car so I decided to make this video, complete with Coke Commercial driving footage!

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