Josh and the ol' GTO
Multi Housing Advisors' Josh Goldfarb sent us a pic of his newly restored 1964 Corvette that took him seven years to finish. A "labor of love," he says. "This era of 'Vette was the best America ever produced. The confluence of art and performance." He and a mechanic, who does much of the elbow work, found the Chevy 'Vette seven years ago in Acworth. The duo brought the car back to both its original color and factory condition.
, who literally fights the work blues by wearing a tan jacket). So what's next after the GTO? "I would venture to say that probably the latest car I would buy would be the Trans Am that Burt Reynolds had in Smokey and the Bandit."