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Monday, June 18, 2018

Please Say A Prayer

Please take a moment to bow your head and say a prayer. We have a great customer whom has suffered a loss in their family. We would like to say we are sorry for your loss and may God provide you and your family with the peace and comfort that you need. God Bless!

Meet the Crew of Good Fellaz

Meet The Good Fellaz Crew: Brad the Boss, Becca the GM, Wally the Shop Foreman, Rick the Fabricator, Randy the Auto Body & Paint Speacialist, Jason & John the Jacks of Many Trades!
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Meet The Crew

Meet The Good Fellaz Crew: Brad the Boss, Becca the GM, Wally the Shop Foreman, Rick the Fabricator, Randy the Auto Body & Paint Speacialist, Jason & John the Jacks of Many Trades!

Friday, June 15, 2018

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Episode

This 1955 Chevy Bel Air came to us previously chopped shorter. We have finished the build off with interior, paint, wiring, audio installation and more. Check it out and remember YOU NEED THIS!!!

Music provided by:
Bensound at
Incompetech at
Sound Bible at

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

About the 1964.5 (aka 1964 1/2) Ford Mustang

Source and Information Provided by: Classic Mustangs 

About the 1964.5 (or 1964 1/2) Ford Mustang

1964 1/2 - A First Rate Introduction
"Lee Iacocca, Ford’s then General Manager, commissioned his design team to come up with a two seated roadster that would compete with popular European cars as well as the American Chevy Corvette Sting Ray. A design team headed by assistant manager and engineer Donald Frey was formed and the new project was titled the “T-5”. After some consideration it was agreed that a cross breed roadster and Ford Falcon would be more suitable to modern demands. After all, the Ford Thunderbird, which was Ford’s most recent two seater car, did not fair as well as expected in current car markets. The T-5 was given a new design commission and Lee Iacocco gives much credit to the efforts of stylist David Ash for making the renamed “Mustang” a smashing success.
In 1964 production was in high gear for the newly designed 1965 Ford Mustang. The highly anticipated Ford Mustang was honored by being named the Indianapolis pace car of 1964 and Ford stepped it up to accommodate the rising status of their new design. A special convertible version was adapted as the pacer. It was manufactured in white with a blue stripe on the hood and trunk. Ford also made 230 extra pace cars, available in convertible and hard top. The 64 1/2 convertibles had a 289cid engine, and the hardtops came with the less powerful 260 V-8. Thirty five convertibles were sold to dealerships and 195 hardtops were given out in dealer contests held in April of 1964.
Clearly the new Ford Mustang was suddenly everywhere! It was even featured in 1964’s Bond movie, Goldfinger! Yes, the Mustang was an instant hit! A true royal gem in Ford’s car making history. It was the most successful release Ford had made since the 1928 introduction of the Model A and it has stood the test of time. Ford is still continuing the Mustang line and even the newer Mustangs are a modern collectors item.
Although originally the Mustang was advertised as an early 1965 model, Ford made some changes to the later 1965 models that differentiated the two, and it is known today as the 1964 1/2 Mustang (1964.5 Mustang). Thus, the term 1964 1/2 or 1964.5 was eventually coined. What were some of the differences between the 1964 1/2 and 1965 Mustang versions? Read our 1965 Mustang page to find out!"

So Far In June.....

In this Month of June, Good Fellaz has continued to be busy. We love what we do and love working with the community and our customers in the mega effort of restoration. Below you can see some of our newest projects that have come in this Month and some project updates.

1964.5 (AKA 1964 1/2) Ford Mustang: NEW ARRIVAL!

GMC Sierra Pick Up: New Arrival! 

1955 Chevy Bel Air: New Arrival!!!


 {Above} The Corvette Stingray is completed and ut the door to happy customers!

{Above}The 1971 Cadillac Eldorado is being dismantelled and rebuilt for a great 3x's returning customer!
 1957 Chevy Bel Air has been fabbed up and is ready for its next stage in the restoration proces for another awesome customer!

{Above} 1960 AMC Rambler Coupe has its beautiful color on and is ready for the next stage of the restoration process.

{Above} The 1960's Dodge Pick Up is out of paint and is now having mechanics done. The guys are in the process of installing the engine and other mechanical components!

{Above}1960 AMC Ambassador Wagon has gone to primer and has its first tone (in the green) of it's two-tone paint job!

{Above} The Jeep has been buffed out and all of the deep scratches removed and the guys color matched and repainted where the customer was the victim of damage. They did great and we have a very happy customer!

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Builds Builds Builds

Well, as you all know....we are quite busy here at Good Fellaz. We have about a dozen builds in progress and we are working hard on them every day. The crew we have are absolutly phenomenal and they have been busting hump to get stuff done.

If you have been following any of our builds or our progress in general, thank you. Below you can see todays updates on builds.

{Left} 1960 Dodge Pick Up

  {Left} 1971 Dodge Dart 

  {Left) 1939 Buick


{Left} 1971 Cadillac Eldorado        {Right} 1967 Ford Bronco and its getting a Coyote Engine

 {Left} 1969 Road Runner

{Left} 1973 Corvette Stingray

 {Left} 1960 AMC Wagon

  {Left} 1960 AMC Coupe


{Left} Jeep: Key Cut/Scratch removal and Paint

  {Left} 1957 Chevy Bel Air

If you have a project in mind or a build you would like done, please feel free to contact us and we can get all of the necessary information needed from you. We look forward to meeting all of our customers and will continue to update you all on the builds.

Good Fellaz