Chevrolet 6400 Farm Truck at Manns Restoration

 

This old Chevrolet 6400 stake side farm truck is sitting out behind the shop at Manns Restoration, in Festus, MO. They acquired the truck a while back and they have plans of making it into a shop truck. There have been discussions about possible putting a more modern chassis underneath it, or possible even making it into more of a suburban style vehicle. It will be a while before this project actually gets underway, but I thought the truck was worth checking out. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!

Filmed at Manns Restoration in Festus, MO
http://mannsrestoration.com/

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1963 Pontiac LeMans Rare 4 Cylinder Four Barrel Four-speed 3.73 Posi – Half of a 389 V8

 

I thought you might like a look at this very unique 1963 Pontiac LeMans. It’s powered by a 194.5 Cubic Inch 45 Degree Four Cylinder, topped with a 4 BBL Carb, and running through dual exhaust. Pontiac, basically cut a 389 V8 in half…in fact, it uses the same head as the 389 and the 421. In this case, the four cylinder is backed by a four-speed manual and a set of 3.73 Gears with Posi. As you can see, it really is a great looking car and would look right at home on the dragstrip in the 1960’s. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!

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Manns Restoration Shop Tour – Part 5 – Restomod Thunderbird Coyote Swap Hot Rod

 

In this fifth part of our tour of Manns Restoration, we get a look at a Restomod Thunderbird, an AMC Javelin, a Nine inch Ford Rear rebuild, and a special top secret restoration project. There are always plenty of interesting builds in progress at Manns, so you never know what you might see. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for watching!

For more info on past and present projects at Manns, be sure to check out their website at:
http://www.MannsRestoration.com

Special thanks to the crew from Manns, for all their help during this series, and to my friend Stephen Dunsford, from St Louis Area Ride, for his assistance as well.