Raybestos GTO-R at Watkins Glen with Tommy Baldwin & Rutledge Wood

Ridealong with Tommy Baldwin and Rutledge Wood in the Raybestos GTO-R as it drives down the original Watkins Glen road course in New York! http://www.raybestosgarage.com/

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Lost in Transmission: Rutledge's Dream Roadmaster (S1, E2) | History
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A white 1964 Pontiac GTO. The first muscle car built.




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