Today’s reader’s ride is a teenager’s first car, owned by Kegan Banister from Indiana. Writes Kegan:
My first car at 15 is a 1974 Plymouth Scamp 318/904 car, purchased from the original owners family. It came with some dealer paperwork, had a near mint Broadcast sheet in the back seat. Originally KY4 Golden Fawn/Gold. I’m building it as a 70s/80s sorta street machine (8track and all). Currently building a ’68 340/727 for it. I’ve not really had to do all that much to the car since I purchased it. All bodywork has been finished on it, re-chromed bumpers put on. The picture of it in three colors is right after I had bought it.
Definitely a great introduction to the hobby! More pics after the jump!
Remember the Toyota-powered Scamp I showed you last month? Well, it’s on eBay now! This is a chance for all the haters to buy it and put it back to Mopar power. But then who knows what kind of project you will be funding next… Full specs from the auction after the jump!
Buddy is the second owner of this Scamp. The first owner didn’t take the greatest care of the old A-body, but Buddy is turning that around. He just rebuilt the 318. More pics after the jump!
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We’ve featured a lot of weird non-Mopar Hemi swaps. But this is the first time we’ve featured a Mopar with non-Mopar power. This 1971 Scamp was apparently rescued from an Arizona scrapyard. It then got the full pro touring treatment and then a twin turbo motor out of a Toyota Supra. What do you think? Sacrilegious? More pics after the jump! Via Pro-Touring.com