1968 GT/CS & HCS
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1966-1967 HCS

Details for VIN #8R01C142699
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Owner: Rob Hanet
Location: MI, USA
VIN: 8R01C142699
Year: 1968 GT/CS
Body: 65C
Color: R
Trim: 8A
Day, Month: 15,B
DSO: 71
Axle: 5
Trans: 5
Original Owner?: unknown
Originally Sold Where?: unknown
Stripe Color: White
Antenna Base: Round
Fog Lights: Lucas
Rear Quarter Reflector: attached
Wheels: unknown
Vinyl Top: NO
Comp. Handling Package: NO
Power Disc Brakes: NO
Power Steering: N
GT Equipment: N
Accent Paint Stripe: N
Front Bumper Guards: N
Rear Bumper Guards: N
Exterior Decor Group: N
Luggage Rack: N
Remote Mirror: N

Additional Comments: Unfortunately, I purchased the car without much of the original equipment. However, that let me have free reign to modify the hell out it. I beefed up a 351 windsor by having it bored .060 over, throwing a pair of TFS twisted wedge heads, Performer RPM intake, and roller cam and lifter setup. I topped it off with a holley 650 dbl pumper with a Proform mainbody. Much of the interior is still original except for the Autometer Phantom guages I swapped for the originals. I replaced the tired out steering setup with an independant front suspension kit from Rod & Custom Motorsports. This gave me tubular control arms and coil-over shocks with the beaty of rack & pinion steering. I also had the rear end beefed up with 31 spline axles from mosher and a U.S. Gear diff at 3.50. Rounding out the appearance, I threw on a set of 17" cobra "R" wheels. I had to use adapters, and might consider replacing them with 17" Torque thrust Ds. All together, I am pretty happy with my car. The fact that I did 90% of the work myself makes it even more special to me. People who take thier cars to shops for every little resto project are really cheating themselves out of a good experience. Thanks.


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