Nice full custom 67 Ghia...>;-)=

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Nice full custom 67 Ghia...>;-)=

Post by Piledriver » Sat Oct 01, 2016 1:02 am

For inspiration, completely tossing the proverbial "box" into a wood chipper...
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Re: Nice full custom 67 Ghia...>;-)=

Post by doc » Sat Oct 01, 2016 2:21 pm

Take a KG, peel off skin, modify skin for a month or two, throw away all other original parts. Build small hot rod with giant engine from scratch, hide under KG skin, paint. Apparently, this plan came together. Beautiful result!

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Post by Big Ratfink » Fri Oct 07, 2016 7:23 pm

Now that looks pretty nice indeed. I'll bet they will have a few issues to work out to make it handle.

Now if I could wave the magic wand and make my rust heap of a Ghia more like this one...

Hey Greg, if ya squint one eye kind of funny, don't that guy look a bit like Chris Hardin?

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Re: Nice full custom 67 Ghia...>;-)=

Post by 1jarhead2 » Fri Jan 20, 2017 9:28 am

It actually handles really well. It is a full tube chassis car. The glass actually came out of one of my parts car. John Wargo of The Custom Shop builds some of the most wild cars out there and they all have good horsepower and go down the road quick. This Ghia wont be winning any road race trophies but it does perform well.

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