When Werner Seradin decided to go racing and have some fun he enlisted the help of long time friend Sam Berardi to lend a hand. At the time he had a clean 1964 GTO but didn’t want to beat it up on the track so he looked for a different car. He found this ’65 out of Pennsylvania three and a half years ago, a deal was cut for the ’64, and the swap was done.
The GTO came with a solid engine to build from and long time friend Berardi handled the tear down and assembly after the machine work was completed. He is also responsible for setting the car up while Werner handles the money and driving. Weld Racing Pro Star wheels are wrapped with Mickey Thompson rubber all around, ET series up front and 28″ x 10.5″ slicks out back. The car had been repainted but is otherwise stock with factory chrome and glass. Most of the parts were acquired at various local swap meets or bartered for, keeping it real. The car is simple, effective and mostly stock, showing you don’t need lots of money to have fun; just some common sense and a positive attitude.