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1974 Plymouth Roadrunner in Blaze Yellow

1974 Plymouth Roadrunner in Blaze Yellow

From 1979 to 1985 there was a TV series called the Dukes of Hazzard. Daisy was one of the characters that drove a similar car..! 😀

The car fires up easily, runs and drives really well. I drove it 200 miles with no issues.

The suspension, steering, brakes are tight..!

It is a factory V8 318 ci motor with a 4-speed pistol grip shifter, manual disc brakes, and manual steering. This was a no thrill american muscle car. The back windows are stationary. You cannot roll them up or down..!

The car retains its factory paint in really nice shape except the driver door. There are a few dings, and dents here / there. There is no rust on apart from bare metal surface rust areas.

Interior is in near immaculate shape.

Everything works on it except the factory radio. The last known owner planned to have it rebuilt, and to install new speakers in the rear.

When the car was being washed, and cleaned one of the spark plug wires flew off and it was running on 7 cylinders in the video…! I thought that there was water somewhere and I needed to drive it for a bit. It runs even smoother now that I plugged it back in…!

The one thing I can think of that needs work are the tires. They are a bit low on tread, and are old / dry.

1968 Ford Mustang in Candy Apple Red

1968 Ford Mustang finished beautifully in Candy Apple Red with nice gaps, body fitment.
The original 302CC V8 runs flawlessly with no smoke or leaks of any kind. It came with an automatic transmission and optioned power steering and vinyl top. It has a new dual exhaust system from the rear that sounds beasty..! Also the rims are magnum 500’s with cooper cobra tires which are near new.
The body is extremely straight, accident, and rust free. If you had followed us you would have seen our road trip with this car across America. It made it without breaking a sweat.
Interior is practically completely new. Carpet, Headliner, vinyl seat upholstery with interior inserts, dash pad, chrome accented trim, and gauge bezels.
Everything on this car works including the hood turn signals and factory radio.

Cornado Speed Festival

Today I drove down to Cornado. For those that do not know Cornado is an island that is connected by a big bridge near San Diego.

The island has the biggest American naval base. Each year they host a very special event called the Cornado Speed Festival.

This event is a huge opportunity for all classic car enthusiasts to bring their darling, and to watch some of the fastest vintage cars go around the track.

I had an opportunity to go up on a private stand for the employees which allowed a much better birds eye view of the action.

Beautiful day to be out to enjoy such great cars, and lots of enthusiasm for the vintage car scene.

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