Which Project Car Would You Pick?

Jun 22, 2021 2 min read
Which Project Car Would You Pick?

You know we love project cars, and so does Gas Monkey Garage!

Like any red blooded gearhead, we love projects cars at Motorious. Sure, a collector car in stellar condition is a more valuable asset, but there's something about building and/or restoring a car yourself that gives you an immense sense of satisfaction. To honor the project car lovers of the world, here are some cool ones we found recently.

1969 Porsche 911S Project

This Porsche is a bit of a garage find, as the car was parked away decades again and it still sports the dust from sitting all those years. The rare and desirable rare Long Nose 911 S is an agile speed machine from the German engineers. It was built with factory A/C and Blaupunkt Radio. There is some minor rust present on the underside, said to be superfisicial, and there are a few missing pieces. The engine is believed to be a later 1972 911T engine, so it's a perfect project car canidate.

1979 Chevrolet K5 Blazer 4X4 Project

The second-generation Chevy Blazer is one of those sought-after vintage SUVs, so this example is a great base for a project. This example has a straight and solid body with a few nicks. It's not running so the engine swap potential is endless.

1982 Jeep Scrambler CJ8 Project

It's not easy to find a Jeep Scrambler project as most are already built and people want up to $50k for a fully built machine. However, if you've been wanting to do your own Scrambler build with a solid car to start with, here's your chance. This example hasn't been driven in some time, so there's plenty of wrenching to be done.

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