This week’s pic comes from American_Cars_Daily
The first win goes to Miles Watsko of Winnipeg, Manitoba for his awesome 1964 Plymouth Savoy, which was chosen from over 1,000 Mopars at the 29th Annual Midwest Mopars in the Park car show in Farmington, Minnesota this weekend. This definitely looks like a deserving win! Tons more pics after the jump! Via the Mopar Facebook page!
Should the 24 Hours of Lemons be limited to 80s and 90s crapboxes? We think not. Old Mopars can be competitive and a hell of a lot cooler than a junk Nissan or Toyota. Just check out this 4-speed Slant 6 ’64 Barracuda out of Olympia, Washington. Other Mopars competing in the 24 Hours of Lemons across the country include a ’72 Coronet in Texas, a ’65 Barracuda in Florida, a ’64 Dart on the East Coast, and a ’74 Duster and ’72 Scamp in California. Via Moparts