Holy Grail of Cars | Fast N' Loud

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Randy J
eff that !!! ... no car should be in a museum! the cars should be restored and driven...that's my imo. its what they were built for!
Todd bob
Sadly they were Thrown together in 1 Month... gas monkey Style....These cars should of been Restored Properly by Legendary Motor car.
Anderson Silverback
These cars are not as rare as they let on, yeah their number 1 and 2 but their number 1 and 2 off the assembly line for that year and model. GM made thousands of those models that year, holy grail means only 1 or 2 was made, ever!
rohag735
I would never get a car restored at Ass Monkey Garage. RR would screw over his own mother to make a deal.
Dogurasu
Garbage Motors.. Those cars are just the first two production cars, nothing really that special about them.. Not worth more than maybe $20K fully restored. Probably cost that much to restore those piles of junk.
Snkr Knwlg
thank God they went to a museum. With all due respect: IMO , you and all shows like you are destroying the heritage of our great american muscle and classic cars. I bet you; 20 years from now theyll be shows in the same cable channels that will find these same cars you "restore" and FIX them back to their original condition.
Tim Hanrahan
Only Rawlings could turn "million dollar twins" into less than $300k in cash. LOL! If it weren't for Aaron his shop would have closed years ago.
I'm THAT guy...
It's funny that this guy knew the firebirds were sitting in a barn, but fast and loud gets credit for "discovering them" lol. But anywho, it would be interesting to know more history about how they became average neglected muscle cars stashed away. I haven't seen any episodes yet and maybe it's been explained? Just can't believe that obviously some ppl knew they were there and never spilled the beans to GM or anyone about them until now and to all ppl, Richard Rawlings lol. I do like the show though, not bashing...
the epic fail gamer
screw hot rod magazine and there editors with there comments on the fast n loud first fire birds LOL BTW haters fXXK off
Austin Reaux
C7th to comment oh meh GAWESH I love fast n loud
commander402
hola genial con el auto..