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Hello Fellow Motorheads!
You can easily burn rubber from here to any page on my site. Feel free to email me with your comments or questions at
jamos_ at yahoo.com (Be sure to use the underscore)
I answer all my mail!!

Also, we have two books that feature the mighty Super Duty 455 that you will want to read.

Daniel K Munroe has written an action/adventure novel for car lovers and 'non-car' people alike. This hard-hitting story is set in California and revolves around an attempt to secretly recover a stolen 1973 Pontiac Trans Am Super Duty. Go to www.tightwriters.com to see a synopsis and an excerpt from the story. The book is initially only available to purchase online, in paperback format, and will be sent to each purchaser worldwide, so order your copy right now!

The other book is my own

"Miscellaneous Ramblings Of A 70's Motorhead"

This is not your ordinary book of car stats but rather a collection of
car stories designed to spark your OWN memories of days gone by.
It's a story of life...of growing up & how our cars become a part of who we are.

It is available through Amazon or your favorite bookseller.
Better yet, a signed copy can be purchased directly from me at a huge savings through
70's Motorhead

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Is the '74 Super Duty the last of the old time musclecar or the first of the modern day Viper style machine? I say both!
It has quietly stood alone right in between two eras waiting to be recognized for it's power, grace & beauty.
Not only did it carry the torch of what once was, but it also foretold of what was yet to be.
I think it’s day has come

According to the 2003 Edition of the Sports Car Market Magazine Price Guide
The '74 Super Duty T/A grew in value 13% in the last year & earned the Five Star Appreciation Rating which states:
"Value likely to increase much more than the market at large, perhaps as much as 25% in the next 36 months".

On August 22, 2006 an Admiralty Blue, Manual Trans 1974 Super Duty Trans Am sold on Ebay for $90,800.00 (Item number: 120020182611).
This 12,974 Original Mile beauty was touted as the "Cleanest One Alive Today"...I sure can't argue that!
The 1974 SD is up and coming!

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