If you have read the 150th Edition of Classic American Magazine you can read the full story behind the car and the 3 ½ years it took to restore it to this exacting detail. Featured in the February 2013 edition of Classic and Sports Car magazine, the car also won Classic American’s Car of the Year Competition 2011 plus picking up various awards from other shows along the way
Restored back to how it would have been in 1968 (or better according to the CA judges). The car was restored when owned by Gavin Shaw, who has owned many cars over the years and the main driver behind this project was to restore a car that was as perfect as possible in every detail and free from any old car niggles which most restored cars have, to which we feel has been achieved. The car is completely fault free, drives perfectly as you would expect and is technically correct apart from the tyres and headers, although they are period style. This is an original car through and through retaining many of it's original parts with its original low mileage numbers matching MO 302 engine now rated at circa 350bhp.
There's a short video shot while we were out for a drive here