'Fast N' Loud' Finds Super Rare 1967 Firebirds in Connecticut Garage. Big Profit Follows.

Richard Rawlings, the host of the popular cable program “Fast N’ Loud” has found two extremely rare 1967 Pontiac Firebirds.
The cars were found in a Connecticut garage, said Rawlings, who runs the restoration business Gas Monkey that is featured on the popular Discovery channel series.
Called ‘#1’ and ‘#2’, the cars are the prototype models that were used by Pontiac engineers as the base for the 1967 Firebird.
The cars, purchased for a combined $65,000, sold for $650,000. Each underwent approximately $200,000 in restoration. That still leaves a nice profit of $185,000 for Rawlings and his restoration shop.
 

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