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1964 Plymouth Savoy at Lapeer Dragway 28OCT2012

1964 Plymouth Savoy at Lapeer Dragway. The car is powered by a 440 big block with a 727 trans. The car and driver/owner (Keith) are very consistent. Thanks for watching.


 


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