Muscle Car Lover Reunited with 2012 Dodge Challenger

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Posted on 22nd August 2013 – Classic Cars


Car lovers will hunt high and low to find that special car they must have, and muscle car fan Ray Van Der Weert is no exception, as he found his 2012 Dodge Challenger in Texas, where men are still men and wear cowboy boots and hats!

Charged with the task of bringing it to its rightful owner promptly, McCullough had it collected and delivered to our depot in LA where it boarded a ship bound for New Zealand.

Being an American car, it had a left-hand drive, and for it to stay this way, it had to be granted a “special interest” permit. McCullough applied to NZTA on Ray’s behalf, and delivered the car to its ecstatic owner as soon as it was approved!

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