YOUTUBE PREMIERE: Mark breaks down the original window sticker, broadcast sheet and sales invoice on this one owner 1968 GTX. This is the most documented car to ever hit GYC.

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  1. I enjoy your show but it seems that you keep regurgitating the same old footages to new uploads. It is fine to go back and review details but I have seen several 10 plus min segments copied several times. Sometimes the whole show is old videos put together. Instead of releasing 4 videos with copied content I would appreciate 1 release with original material. I think it would be better quality and more enjoyable. Thank you. I enjoy watching the quality work and fun interaction (thanks for stopping the badgering between workers which appears to be staged … you guys are not OCC)

  2. @J No one is reading your comments except me.. And it's obvious no one from graveyard carz cares about their haphazard episode order or re-titling the old episodes..

  3. Sadly from 2030 on all combustion cars including classics will be banned
    from public streets in entire EU and Scandinavia 🙁 In Germany the
    Green Peoples Party gave order to shorten fuel supply from 2025 on by
    reducing all conventional fuel stations to only one state operated
    central gas station per city or county. Now they even want to slow down
    all the gas pumps from 20 litre per minute to 2 litre per minute…From
    2027 on in the EU certain car spare parts will be banned too….as
    exhaust systems, turbo chargers and even some engine and gearbox
    oils…California and New York will do the same from 2027 on…. So no
    investments should be done in oil burning cars any longer….They even
    created a new kind of crime here, called emissions and smoke crime. :-(!!!

  4. Primrose yellow gtx with a black vinyl top, black interior was one classy looking bad car. I had one. Plum & other ones didn't show it off as well.

  5. What does bunsen burner (s) have to do with money, cash. I looked it up and absolutely nothing came up. Also, is a 1968 Plymouth Satellite with a 383 c.i. be worth a restoration? Hate to burn money needlessly. No pun intended

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