updated: 1/3/09

 

WestBranch

 

A little history of my car

I purchased a 1968 Charger from Brocker's Beauties in Sacramento, California for my husband as a  Christmas present in 1996.   Ever since he saw one he has always wanted one.  He and a friend (Lou) completely dismantled the car and restored it to excellent condition.  They worked diligently on it for about 6 months before he put it in it's first Car Cruise.  Since then they are always tinkering with it.  The engine has been rebuilt.  Kenny being raised working on cars seems to never be satisfied on the cars performance.  His dad owned an auto repair shop here in Michigan and when he retired Kenny received most of the tools, torches and what ever repair facilities have for equipment.  He basically had a auto repair shop.  We had to build a 2 story 3 car pole barn to house all these things.  I never had to worry about him being out drinking at the bar,  just had to limit the Pepsi's and remind him that you can't live in a pole barn.   He does have it set up for running water & it is heated.  Next he will add a shower and restroom facilities.

    I have placed pictures on the restoration page that were taken will the were restoring the car, pictures of the completed car on the completion page and places where the car has appeared with any awards it has received on the awards page.  Hope you will look over these pictures and data.

    April, 2003 we acquired a 1968 Plymouth Sport Satellite Convertible.  I have not done any restoration on this vehicle yet.  It is pretty clean and very straight.  I will redo the engine compartment this winter.  We are having a great time cruising with the top down.  We had a front license plate made special for it that reads Go Topless.  Picture of the Satellite can be found on the Events Pics page.

Thanks for visiting our site. Email me ChargerNut@mycharger.com 

Car related questions, email Ken @ Charger68@comcast.net

Donna & Ken

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