- Introduce Yourself:
Avid mopar fan having owned a few over the years, couple A bodies, a B, but the current ride is kind of special to me and has a good story attached to it and goes like this (Coles notes version):
In 1969 my uncle walked into the Plymouth dealer in Vancouver BC, flush with cash, and left there with the keys to his new 1969 Roadrunner Q5 post car equipped with a 4 spd, 383, and air grabber with the V21 Hood.
Some many years later I became the owner of the Runner, which had some bruises, and a small amount of cancer in the lower quarters and trunk. Flash forward to the mid nineties when I sold it, yes sold it. I was young, and didn't have the foresight to keep it for future. It had a worn out clutch, and everything was pretty ragged, with 69,800 original miles on it. I just didn't see myself ever having the money to restore it.
A few years past when I realized I shouldn't have sold it and wanted it back. I lost my copy of bill of sale so I completely forgot the contact info