ABERDEEN, Wash. – A team of Harborites that built a muscle car from the ground up in 48 hours will get to turn the key on their 1974 Dodge Challenger in August. Chris Mull of Billy Bob Customs in Aberdeen tells us the crew raised $20-thousand in 30 days to buy their car back from SpeedTV’s “Car Warriors.”
When Mull, Rod Emerson, Scott Heller, Ben Neal, Nathan Kahler, and Olympia resident Ryan Craighead were knocked out in the first round of the spring competition, they were told their car would be reused, or sold. Mull said a ton of people donated towards the purchase, from all over the US and Canada along with quite a few locals. The crew should have the car back in the shop in August, in time to redo a few things, and prep for the November SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada.