The legendary “Phantom Cuda” is the car that started the Graveyard Carz series. This ultra rare, 1 of 108, 440, 6bbl, 4-speed, 1971 'Cuda; was raced, wrecked, and left for dead. After decades of decay, Mark and the Ghoulz transform this prized muscle car from a stripped-down hunk of twisted metal, to one of GYC's greatest builds to date. From the earliest stages of metal work, to paint, decals, and assembly; witness what is arguably the greatest 'Cuda transformation ever televised.
Mark and the Graveyard Ghoulz restore a 1969 Charger Daytona. A genuine XX29 factory NASCAR program car, 1 of only 503 ever built. Helping the owner, Tom Partridge, to fulfill his childhood dream of owning a Mopar wing-car. See the complete restoration unfold. From media blasting and paint, to decals and a brand new interior. This car may have come in on a forklift, but it leaves in a burn out and a cloud of smoke.
One of the most heartwarming reveals in Graveyard history. Kimberly Cook's 383 1970 Barracuda convertible, isn't the most valuable car to come through the shop, but to her it's priceless. After losing her father to cancer, Kimberly and her husband wanted to keep her dad's memory alive by restoring his prized Barracuda. A car that Kimberly grew up with. Follow the restoration of this truly 'one of a kind' convertible and one the most emotional reveals to date.
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