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The MuscleCar Place Podcast – Episode #6 – Featuring Kevin King of Year One

Posted by on July 7, 2009 with 1 Comments

We have yet another action packed show in this week’s muscle car podcast from The MuscleCar Place!

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1) A welcome to a new dealer listing their muscle cars at The MuscleCar Place

2) We discuss the big trend in muscle car restoration – making muscle cars handle well.  We also discuss the ins and outs of autocrossing!

3) An interview with the King – Kevin King of Year One Restoration Parts!


Kevin King's Brewster Green 73 Trans Am

4) Our listener story of the week – Ron Swanson and his one-owner 45,000 mile 1969 Chevelle SS 396/350!

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One response to “The MuscleCar Place Podcast – Episode #6 – Featuring Kevin King of Year One”

  1. Javier says:

    Hi I am looking for a trans am 1976/77/78 model year, and price esequible not shoot me over 20 000 $ I want it completely remodeled or renovated throughout and I carry it in my country of destination clearly separate transport costs, and I want it black coloring, seeking advice on how to purchase one, please send me information and contacts for prices and of course to talk about this issue.

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