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Old 12-22-2020, 04:25 AM
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I knew that was Dean Herron.....never met him but talked to him enough on the phone...
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Nevermind the car...What an Amazing man and story. So glad its still in the family
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Default Fantastic Story, well done !

I saw this video last week and was in awe.

Godfrey was one Special Man with a special taste in life.

The car ..... Awesome. This is the definition of “Unrestored Survivor”, with its aged paint, dents, used interior ..... Perfect.

I finally got my wife to watch this video (she’s not much into muscle cars), but she was impressed with the Owner, Son and that Hemi for the terror it’s known for.

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I saw this video last week and was in awe.

Godfrey was one Special Man with a special taste in life.

The car ..... Awesome. This is the definition of “Unrestored Survivor”, with its aged paint, dents, used interior ..... Perfect.

I finally got my wife to watch this video (she’s not much into muscle cars), but she was impressed with the Owner, Son and that Hemi for the terror it’s known for.

Chris.
My thoughts exactly. I saw this special car at MCACN.
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Finally watched this - awesome video. Among other things, had no idea the backstory on the shaker hoods for Challengers! Very cool family car and story.
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Just saw the video through a Facebook link. Just finished watching it and was cheering at the end when they put the 2 extra soldiers with GQ on the dash. Very cool story and I hope they keep that car forever.
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