b'Story by: Randy Holden Photos by: Tim Costello Photographed @Holleys MoParty E very once in a while, weremember this car as The Desert Stormdadsurvivedthedrivehome,letalone Bolwing Green, KYrun across an old friend inDaytonaas will many members of thefinishedtheChargerofftosuchan ourtravelstothecarwinged car world, because it graced theincredible level as this! shows,andonceinagreatwhile,thatcover of MCG back in 1991with a pic- This whole thing started back friend is mechanical, not flesh and bloodture of a scantily clad young lass beside itbefore there was an MCG.A long-haired (although we generally consider the own- wearing genuine U.S. Army camo paint. guynamedRandyHoldenmanagedto ers friends as well).This Daytona, orThis one has come a long way baby, andbuy a 440+6 Superbird hed been after more correctly, a Daytona clone, or trib- Robin Hall, up close to Akron, Ohio, hasfor many years, and after having it for ute, or whatever youd like to call it, is anan awful lot to be proud of finishing thisonly a couple of years, realized it needed intenselypersonalcarforyourhumblecar up in such grand style, especially con- a lot more help than he was financially author,andtoMCGingeneral,asitssidering what he started with, way backcapable of providing, so said winged car backgroundwithmyselfandwiththein1994,whenheboughtitoffyourswas sold off, subsequently restored, and magazine, hails back to a much simplertruly, Randy Holden, and then drove it allthat one, also, turns up fairly regularly at time when things were a lot less hectic,the way home to Ohio, in a blizzard in themanyMoparevents.Then,Mopar and we were still somewhat fresh off thedeadofwinter,withoutafunctionalCollectors Guide began in a converted launchingpad.Longtimereaderswillheater!Honestly, its a miracle he and hisatticspaceinJohnEllisshouse,and 24 MOPAR COLLECTORS GUIDE'