“What the hell am I thinking?” I muttered to myself as I finally slid between the fenders and the shed’s opening. A thick layer of dust, spider webs and grime caked the entirely of the car. Yet, the ’70 Dodge Super Bee was more “together” than I had expected; the window molding, drip rail trim, and even interior door panels were all present. The dash, although the frame itself was rotted, had all of its hard plastic padding, gauges and switches. The only piece missing was the factory AM radio and bezel. A muddy red headliner and opaque dome light hung overhead. Again, it was more complete than I had originally thought.

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