1967 Sport Fury restoration

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  1. PH27L7

    PH27L7 Member

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    Saw another post on MCR in WI & thought some may want to see pics of my '67 which surprisingly was still on their website. They did the body & paint, sent them the rolling body sans drivetrain & interior. The car was done in the late 90's when they were new & actively looking for business, they have done many cars since. Worth looking at some of the other cars on the site, many mopars as well as other brands.
    Muscle Car Restorations Gallery - 1967 Sport Fury

    Muscle Car Pictures, Videos, and Photos: Muscle Car Restorations, Inc.
     
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    So MCR is a specialist in 67 C body,s………...:)
     
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    Looks like they did an awesome job.
     
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    They did really good work. Mine probably wasn't the most challenging as it really didn't need much in the way of metal work. The only panel I changed was the LF fender which had a bad & poorly repaired dent. Good sheet metal was easier to find back then. Some of the cars he did were incredible rust buckets, kind of like the Graveyard Cars stuff. One of those was a 300D that was really rough, it was done around the same time as mine. It won best of show at the Nationals & was featured in My Classic Car, truly spectacular in person. I was there when they filmed it for an episode of My Classic Car. Met Dennis Gage, very personable fellow that hasn't seemed to age. Took about 8 hours to film the snippet in the video, starts around 11:45:
    Season 03 (1999) Episode 10 | My Classic Car with Dennis Gage
     
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    I see they did do a couple :D
     
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    Looks like MCR did great work on your car. I love how they took tons of pictures to document the restoration. That is what I am trying to do with my stepfather's 1966 Charger. I love how they took pictures of the littlest details too. Great work!
     
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    It's great when you start with a solid car...so many of these are swiss cheese given their age and tendency to rust. I'm from Bethel Park...I see you're from Pittsburgh.