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It all started when Chris Price was a child. His father, Cary Price, bought a 1970 Roadrunner and Chris used to ride around in it sitting on the fold down center console seat. Cary sold the car when Chris was five years old and Chris vowed to own his own ’70 Roadrunner some day. Beep beep. As he grew up, Chris looked through auto trader-type magazines trying to find “The One,” the perfect Roadrunner that had every option possible and a commanding presence. Of course he didn’t have any money, but he had a mighty dream. As an adult, the hunt got more serious, but money was still an issue.
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