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And to follow up at Tucson, we noticed an unusual D-50 Dodge truck doing all he could to keep MOPAR number 1. The strong runner was driven by Mike Reed, who had the misfortune to turn on the ‘red’ bulb after a great showing.
At a local high school benefit car exhibit in Tucson was this rare ’69 Barracuda which is still a 340-powered machine. Called ‘Flower Power’ by its owner, Cheryl Meyers, the car looked like a showroom exhibit just a mere 46 years ago.
And that sums up our findings for this time. We have a feeling that Arizona is quite a MOPAR area as there are two shows on our calendar for just Chrysler cars and Hemis.