This sweet 1973 Pontiac Trans Am is heading home after a trip to the V8 Speed & Resto Shop for some A/C repairs, new rear gears, a stance adjustment, and some other maintenance items. This car is running a factory 455-cube Pontiac V8 and is finished in Buccaneer Red. While our shop did not restore this car, we performed a variety of tasks to complete the beautiful restroation.
This 1968 Oldsmobile is a great looking car that drives and handles well, but the owner wanted more power and modern-day drivability. Did we mention he wanted a LOT more power? In this 6-part series, we install a modern supercharged 6.2 Liter GM LSA Connect & Cruise engine and transmission. Follow along as we cover the whole process in this series. You can contact us at the V8 Speed & Resto Shop at http://www.v8speedshop.com or at 314.783.8325 for any of the parts you see in this video, or to have us convert your ride for you!
We had a great time building the ZR9 Camaro in the V8 Speed & Resto Shop, and we recently had the chance to take some cool shots of the car. What do you think?
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This 1965 Chevrolet Impala came to the shop in boxes, and now it stands tall...even with a low stance! It's powered by a 6.0 Chevrolet EFI V8, backed by a 6-speed manual transmission.
We were pretty stoked to see the 1955 Chevy gasser "Mr. Chevy" and hauler featured in this month's Hot Rod Magazine! Learn more about Mr. Chevy at http://www.v8tvshow.com/mrchevy
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The V8TV / V8 Speed & Resto Shop crew just finished the complete restoration of a slick 1969 Chevelle.
This '79 Pontiac Trans Am was restored once, then became the unfortunate victim of a rear-end collision. The car came to the V8 Speed & Resto Shop for repairs and a few upgrades to transform it into the stunning car you see here. This was another car that would attract passers-by to stop and stare or take photos when it was parked in front of our shop!
The 1957 Chevrolet project has been returned to the road! The V8 Speed & Resto Shop Crew has completed the restoration of the chassis, suspension, engine repairs, interior upgrades, some paint work, trim, glass, and other details to make this former barn-dweller a highway flyer once again. Who wouldn't have fun in a bright red '57 Bel Air complete with a 396 under the hood and a 4-speed shifter in hand?
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