1970 Plymouth Superbird 392 HEMI 6-Speed Transformation at V8 Speed and Resto Shop V8TV

We’re transforming this 1972 Plymouth into a 1970 Plymouth Superbird complete with a Mopar Performance 392 6.4 Hemi and a 6-Speed manual transmission in the V8 Speed and Resto Shop.   It’s also getting some new tubular front suspension and other upgrades along with a complete repaint.  We thought we’d share an update as we build the car in our latest “What are you in for” video series where we share in-process projects from around the shop!
 

Thanks to Hemmings Classic Car Magazine for featuring a very cool 1967 Mustang Coupe owned by our friend and customer Marta Davies!  The car has an interesting backstory, and landed on the cover of the January 2021 issue!   We're honored to look after the car here at the V8 Speed & Resto Shop.   Always love to see when our friends and their cars receive recognition in print!  Pick up your copy today!

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1967 Wins Blue Ribbon at 2019 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals

The V8 Speed & Resto Shop crew is honored for the opportunity to completely restore and modify this sweet 1967 Pontiac GTO for a great family. The car scored 997 / 1000 in the modified class at the 2019 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals show in Chicago, it's first time shown in public. Thanks again to a great team and owners of a great car. What can we build for you?

Here's the link to the build photo gallery on the '67 GTO:  CLICK HERE

We've got the blues in a good way at the V8 Speed & Resto Shop! The '66 Chevrolet Chevelle SS in the foreground is...

Posted by V8 Speed & Resto Shop on Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Our friends at ChevyHardcore asked us for some tips on storing your Hot Rod or Muscle Car for the winter, and we were...

Posted by V8 Speed & Resto Shop on Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Police and Ambulance Visit V8 Speed and Resto Shop

The V8 Speed and Resto Shop started too look like a municipal garage recently as the V8 Team wraps up the restoration of the 1939 LaSalle ambulance when a 1948 Ford Georga State Patrol car joined the party.   The Patrol Car is in for some maintenance, while the LaSalle was treated to a complete repaint and color change.   We wonder what these two talk about at night?