Car of the Month, January 2010: Jon Mickley’s Too Blue Two

Too Blue Two

This is what I call my Too Blue Two. A 1972 Plymouth Road Runner and a 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8. Mopar muscle, 37 years apart.

stacked Mopar cars

Both cars were bought new, and both are still owned by the same person, me! The Road Runner was a daily driver from 1972 to 1990. It was parked until November 2003 when restoration began; restoration was completed December 2006.

1972 Road Runner interior

The Challenger was ordered on February 23, 2009; I took delivery on April 27, 2009. It is basically a daily driver, although as a retiree I don't do that much driving.

1972 Plymouth Road Runner 440 engine

The Road Runner is driven when the weather is nice (no rain) to seen and be seen. I do local car shows and cruise the Sonic Drive In, where I often get 50% off just for the car!


Now the problem...if I wait 37 years to buy my next Mopar muscle car, I'll have to live to be 113 years old!

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