Reg) Comes with all parts to make a 440 GTS Convertible. Disc brakes, 8 3/4 post, GTS hood, Schumacher motor mounts, Buckets, console, aluminum radiator, and factory big block A-body exhaust manifolds, and big block 727 auto transmission.
$2500 OBO 1968 Javelin (Bill of Sale) Shell. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page.
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“I've seen buddies dying or running into health problems, leaving their families with all kinds of stuff to deal with. Mike made an honest effort to sell the cars and the property, putting it all up for sale for $1.19 million in 2016.
When there were no takers, he raised the price a bit to $1.45 in 2017, and suddenly caught the attention of collectors and video producers who wanted to profile this man with 400 dead cars in his backyard. Source: Netflix Once he was propelled into the public eye after his offer went viral, Tyson Hepburn, who had worked with Mike in a Discovery Canada show called Highway Through Hell, decided to pitch him for his own series.
With the goal of celebrating Canadian car culture of the Subway communities east of Balloons, which he calls Rust Valley in the series, the eight-episode first season centers on Mike's new business, Rust Bros Restoration, where he attempts to restore some of these classic cars for local enthusiasts. “Everything he builds, he always ends up over budget,” comptroller and son Connor Hall adds.
While Mike's passion might not make for the best business plan, we're hopeful this TV series, and the Netflix deal that followed, have helped him recuperate some of those funds and bring his net worth back up to where it was before. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page.
Shout out to one of the funniest guys behind the cameras...the lead cinematographer and funny man Aaron_default ! Think about it, isn’t the ability to restore old inanimate objects to give them a new life, a work of art.
Caption: Rust Valley Restorers cast’s net worth, bio, and personal life Rust Valley Restorers first premiered on December 6, 2018, and it was such a hit that it also came into Netflix on November 21, 2019.
The Rust Valley” really exists in British Colombia, and so does Mike Hall’s Junkyard of around 400 cars. Furthermore, Rust Valley Restorers is not like one of the many similar shows where they take a broken-down car, put it through technology we have never seen, and through processes we have never heard of to produce a brand-new stunning vehicle.
Also, while they may produce a stunner of a car every time too, they end up losing more money than profiting, which is an accurate portrayal of the business in real life. Therefore, Rust Valley Restorers in Real and now that we’ve put that to rest meet the cast of the show.
Mark Hall, aka Rasta Blast for his dreadlocks and hippie-like free personality, has a great business but often loses money for his passion. Mark Hall’s net worth could easily be in millions, but he lets his free spirit get the better of his career.
He faces a lot of loss from undermining costs on a 1966 Lincoln Continental by a large margin for just $15,000 or selling his Chevelle SS 396 along with some engines and transmission for only $10,000. Even with such disparities in his career Mark Hall still gets a considerable salary from his business as well as being part of a reality show.
So, Mark Hall’s net worth has managed to remain stable at an astounding sum of around $450,000. Sheaf knows everything there is about car restoration, and he makes a hell of a team with Mike Hall.
In the picture above, we catch a small glimpse of him sharing a ride with a woman, could that be his wife? With a father like Muscle Maneuver himself, we are sure his son will grow up to be an even more exceptional car fabricator.
If it comes to it, he will nag and bully his father into reducing expenses like a $2,000 metal-forming brake when they are already running low on fumes. Maybe if some rich millionaire or billionaire who happens to like classic cars comes along, they will set him and his father up for life.
His father’s deal of selling his entire junkyard and cars at $1.45 million still stands. McGown also might be the youngest cast member in our list who loves to work for Mark Hall because he teaches her everything there is to know about cars, and she considers him a “wonderful boss.” Cassidy was born into the life of vehicles as both her father and mother are car mechanics, so; her whole family is into the business.
She loves Alice Cooper and spending the day at the beach, either swimming or walking down the creek. Pit bulls are other things she loves and owns several of them, including the newest puppy, Sierra.
While we have to background on Cassidy’s boyfriend, we would request him to be careful as her bio states that she loves to build cars and break hearts. Sarah Ward and Tony Darken are also the cast of Rust Valley Restorers.
NOT FOR SALE1940 Ford Rat Rod Truck No box. $5000 1940 Ford Rat Rod Comes with good stock frame, have fenders and box parts.
$3,500 for pair 1961 Falcon Ranchers clone Made from station wagon. $5,000 for the pair 1964~ 3/4 ton 4×4 Engine seized, good BC reg.1962 Ford 3/4 ton comes with, and some spare parts.
$8,500 1965 Mustang Original split bench car, comes with new full quarters, floors, doors, and fenders. $10,000 for all 3 – 1966 Comet (Bill of Sale) One Capri, one Client, one Cyclone GT rag.
$3500 1976 Ford Super cab Comes with a box, and Dana 60 frame. $5000 1979 Mustang Pace Car 302 5 speed, numbers matching, needs paint, interior and floor. Was running.