Happy Toyz Racing Builds a 1984 Dodge Colt for Chump Car World Series 24-hour Event

Happy Toyz Racing is themed after the 1986 Stephen King movie, "Maximum Overdrive." The 1984 Dodge Colt turbo GTS will make its Chump Car World Series debut at Portland International Raceway. Purchased for $100, the car was built to go the duration. We'll see how it goes.

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