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1978 Dodge Aspen Super Coupe-RT, Very Rare
1978 Dodge D150 1/2 Ton PickupRead more
Bought from Orange County
Dodge in 1978. Used for work
when I started my company.
In a year or so I bought my
1 ton GMC, so I took this truck
and added a 6 pack camper.
Used quite a bit going to the
desert to ride bikes.
Eventually gave it to my
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1966 Dodge PolaraRead more
As I got married, and just before
we moved into our Buena Park
home, I had needed a car for my
wife to drive. I picked up this
car from my older brother.
The car had been ordered new
as a potential police car. That
means oversize drums and brakes,
the 440 commander engine, extra
large battery, 383 rear end, and
a whole bunch of other goodies.
After a couple of years, I rebuilt
the engine and we gave the car
to my wife’s younger brother, who
immediately lowered it, hung the
fuzzy dice from the mirror, & put
a bobble head in the rear window.
Quick story–he decided to clean
the radiator one day and figured
drano would do the job. He called
me after doing this and asked me
if it was normal that water
squirted out in many places in the
front of the radiator.
1951 Dodge, Modified Stock Race CarRead more
When I was a boy growing up in
Michigan, cars were a way of life.
I saw my first heat and main at
Mt. Clemens Speedway.
I later was in the pits at Flat
Rock and Motor City.
My dad was the shoemaker,
my uncle was the chauffeur
(mechanic and driver) of #44.
My early recollections of that
time are hearing that great
‘One Eyed One Horn Wild
Purple People Eater’. How could
you not remember that song ?!
And the Sylvester the Cat race car
and the triple 0 car my uncle Jake
drove. We took 5th place in
USAC modified stock car
racing in Michigan in 1958.