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Dodge Superbee found buried with Mopar treasures

HOT ROD logo HOT ROD 2017-11-10 Ryan Brutt
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A lifelong Mopar family has treasure in their quonset hut.

Hidden deep in the woods of Michigan sits a Quonset hut full of treasures. A family that had worked for generations at Chrysler was thoughtful enough to tuck away a variety of cool Mopars and memorabilia from their time with the company.

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Inside, there was a 1969 Dodge Superbee, a 383 big-block car with air-grabber hood, a 1930s Plymouth coupe, and a 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger. All were safe and dry in the building, so none had really deteriorated. The cars were not the only treasure, as the family had been able to save rare pieces of Mopar memorabilia like jackets and cufflinks.

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