Workhorses vs. Horsepower: More Finds at L&L Classic Auto!—Junkyard Gold Preview Ep. 18

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Cars exist for many purposes.Some are built for work, others for play. On this episode of Roadkill’s Junkyard Gold, Steve Magnante explores a pair of workhorses in the forms of a 1952 Chrysler Crown Imperial limousine and a 1957 Chevy 150 Series handyman’s station wagon. But you know what they say about all work and no play. That’s why Magnante visits a 1965 Chevy Mailbu SS and a 1971 Plymouth Road Runner. With the Chevelle’s four-speed transmission and the Road Runner’s “beep-beep” horn, these cars offered pure, unadulterated fun when they were new. Come explore all of this and more on this episode of Roadkill’s Junkyard Gold!

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