OUR TRIP TO WYOMING
After exploring his entire shop and large car collection, it was time to view the car we’d driven so far to see: A 1972 RoadRunner/GTX, still wearing its original paint, a true survivor. And considering that it survived in such extreme, harsh weather and road conditions (Did I mention the roads? They were equivalent to driving your car thru a sandblasting booth, for hundreds of miles), it was surprising that there could even be any paint left on it. It had its dents and dings; it sported the patina of time and real miles. However, considering it was used, driven the way God and Chrysler intended, it was in remarkably good shape. So, a deal was struck, hands were shook, money exchanged, car loaded on the trailer, Thank You’s and well wishes on both sides, then we hopped up in the truck and were off.