Eye Candy: How two old Plymouths morphed into one

The story: When I was growing up in Toronto, my father owned an early 1930s Plymouth, which we fondly called Ned. Being our only car, he drove it daily, which included family vacations all over Canada.

During these trips many hours were spent looking at the scenery while Dad hitched a ride to the nearest garage to get one part or another to get us back on the road.

In 1962 my father got a ticket for impeding traffic, as Ned could no longer keep up with highway speed limits, at which point in time the car was retired to the garage.

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The 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A offers a lot of bang for the buck

In 2014, Bueckert turned the Challenger over to Ground Up Restorations for a full repaint including undercarriage, underhood and trunk detailing. There’s also a new set of BFGoodrich T/A radial tires to keep the Challenger firmly on the road. Bueckert, a member of the Manitoba Mopar Association, tries to get the Challenger out to several shows over the summer and met up with the original owner, Steve Zacher, at one of this year’s.

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