Bob & Cheryl Handren's '67 Cutlass 442
We live in sunny Oviedo, FL. Bob bought this car new in October 1966 from a
Mount Vernon, NY dealer he actually worked for one summer nine years earlier.
The car was successfully drag raced throughout the "muscle car wars" as well
as being a daily driver until the early 80's when it was retired with over
200,000 miles on the clock. The car is modified some. Because that's the
way it was in the 60's and 70's. We never saw a "super stock" car with doggy
dish hubcaps and skinny tires. Any driver worth his/her salt had headers,
ignition, cam, carb, wheels, tires etc. Modifications were the norm, not the
exception. The restoration craze has reversed that ratio. We like ours
modified, although all the stock pieces are safely stored for any subsequent
owner. The car is not for sale.
This is a view of the gauges mounted in the modified hood. The scoop is
a reversed MoPar six-pak fiberglass copy purchased at the same time as
the hood at a Carlisle, PA swap meet some years ago.
Bob & Cheryl's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org