Good morning, Keith Bedard, Sherwood Park Dodge Performance.
Now the other day I did just a quick little video on my little camera just to tell you that I was going to do this fine beauty. Super excited to have it. This thing is P3744, so if you go on our website you’ll see it there, P3744.
I’m so excited, this is a 1970 Plymouth Cuda, not a Barracuda, an actual BS in the VIN number, this is our real Cuda. The people spent way over $60,000 on the rotisserie. They did a full restoration, not the bolt. Zoom in here real close, all the nuts, all the bolts. The car is incredibly straight, incredibly beautiful, runs well. Come on down here, I’m going to show you. [continue reading…]
Hey, Keith Bedard, Sherwood Park Dodge with another sweetheart of a car that I got right here.
We just talked about the beautiful Cuda, this here is stock number, for this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner, is P3720. So if you go on our website, you’ll see it on our website, P3720.
Now let’s talk about this. I actually got this off a really nice gentleman who got through three-quarters of 99% of the restoration on the car. Unfortunately, he got a little bit ill. We picked up the car. This car is amazing. It is a real Roadrunner, real pistol grip car. It’s an actual B7 car instead of a B5 car, but very very close, so original blue car. [continue reading…]
Hi, I’m Keith Bedard, one of the managers here at Sherwood Park Dodge. One of the reasons I got into the car business is because I actually love cars so much. One of my private hobbies at home is actually dealing with muscle cars and antique cars. We happen to do a couple of them here!
Come on and I’ll show you this one. This is a 1964 El Camino. It’s been totally restored, it had a frame-off restoration. Honestly the paint is about 80/90% ninety percent. This car is a really, really good driver. I actually had a chance to take this car out and do a shakedown on it. All the muscle cars and antique cars and exotic cars that come in here I take them myself personally. Both arrive make sure that they don’t overheat, that they steer good, drive good, this one here is probably one of the nicest driving old muscle cars that I have ever driven. It shifts really well, doesn’t heat up, steers really good, it is really reliable. Just get in it, turn the key and go![continue reading…]