Most of us seem to be into driving and showing our cars. This leads to a trade off of sorts between high quality restoration and reasonable driving conditions. Few of us want to invest large amounts of dollars into a detailed undercarriage and then go for a several hundred mile drive in the rain. However, there appears to be a growing interest in taking the restoration of our cars to a higher level. The increasing high cost of fuel may have something to do with that. After all, if driving the car becomes too expensive then spending the money saved on unused fuel could easily be justified on a higher quality of show car restoration.
Chris Vick is currently restoring a 1969 Cale Yarborough Spoiler II to the highest possible level for concours winning expectations. Since few have ventured into this process in the past he is constantly looking for answers and solutions to his restoration needs. This isn’t his first Spoiler II but as we all know with these cars, the learning never ends!
If you are also doing a concours restoration on a Spoiler II or even a Spoiler Chris would like to talk with you and see if there are any details, hints or tricks you can share with each other. You can contact Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris has been working on the car and has made significant progress since these early photos. I am sure he will be sharing his progress in the near future.