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The new GT body is mounted to the donor Boxster chassis, and body work through priming is done.
The GT Supercar is created from a Porsche Boxter. In this episode we locate the donor car, disassemble it, and stretch the frame 12 inches to accommodate the new body.
Final body work then paint and reassembly finish the GT in time for the reveal at the Turkey Rod Run.
A visit with the Godfather of the Kit car, Bruce Meyers, creator of the Dune Buggy.
After being primed and painted the truck’s interior is reassembled prior to rollout at the local car show.
The new project entails the radical conversion of a mid 80’s Caprice Classic into a street legal race truck.
Comparing “real” cars with their “faux” counterparts; the cars cruise downtown to gauge crowd reactions.
The body comes together with the frame; electrical wiring and exhaust are custom made on site, and installed along with the interior .
The donor car engine is rebuilt, the frame is built up to a “rolling chassis,” and the car body is prepped and painted.
The Kit team heads to Granby, Missouri, to build a ‘34 Hi-Boy roadster.
The body and the chassis are married and the car is wired up and fired up; vintage wheels complete the dress up on our competed Pacific Roadster.
Mixing paint and transferring parts to the new chassis.
The Kit teams heads west to assemble a Cobra Styled Roadster.