TMCP #446: Holley MOPARTY 2020 Special #3 – Richard Meyers, The Very First Charger 500 – Tim Wellborn, Driving the K&K Insurance Daytona in the Footsteps of Legends – Pro-Touring Update with Larry Callahan

This week is the third of several interviews from the first ever Holley “MOPARTY” event held in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Friend of the show (and Holley marketing superstar) Blane Burnett was able to line us up with some great interviews at the event with some famous people. MOPAR lovers young and old will recognize the names of many of our guests. Since SEMA was a no go this year, I was determined to make the Holley MOPARTY a better than fitting replacement to our yearly special segments live from the event. The episode features the VERY FIRST Charger 500 ever built as well as the world famous (and Bonneville record setting) K&K Dodge Daytona!

TMCP #360: Tim Wellborn; The Wellborn Muscle Car Museum’s Amazing Fleet of ’71 HEMI Chargers, Daytona’s, and Fun!

Tim Wellborn; The Wellborn Muscle Car Museum’s Amazing Fleet of ’71 HEMI Chargers, Daytona’s, and Fun! You can get more information about the Wellborn Musclecar Museum at the website www.WellbornMusclecarMuseum.com  or on www.Facebook.com/wellbornmuseum. This is the VERY same museum where Mr. Daniel Boshears provides his Mopar mechanical services (as we discussed in Episode 346). Daniel provided the introduction, in fact!

TMCP eBay Pick{1983 Pontiac Trans Am 25TH ANNIVERSARY DAYTONA 500

One day each week we’ll list a cool project car or a nice driver for sale here from eBay Motors.  We’ll try to keep the price to a max of $20,000 for full driver cars.  For project cars, no more than $5,000. 1983 Pontiac Trans Am Visit us every day, or just click the flame […]

TMCP eBay Pick{ “All Original and Extra Ugly ’76 Mercury Montego”

One day each week we’ll list a cool project car or a nice driver for sale here from eBay Motors. Visit us every day, or just click the flame to get it via e-mail! “All Original and Extra Ugly ’76 Mercury Montego: If it was Good Enough for David Pearson in the 1976 Daytona 500….” […]