Learning Curve


When Tony Mazzeo acquired this original 440-6 ’Cuda, it was down on power. An inspection revealed that not only the motor was missing, but also the entire front end. A replacement 440 filled the void between the frame rails, and Tony and his brother installed a fiberglass front end. They narrowed the grille and fabbed a lower grille for the valence area out of sheet metal stock. Tony says that this was his first resto and paint job, and he’s learned that he doesn’t want to paint cars for a living. Neither do we.

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