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Hurricane Ian-Flooded Plymouth Superbird and Dodge Charger Daytona: Where They Are Now

G&C Automotive & Towing, the specialist that rescued the machines, published a set of photos of the operation on Facebook.

Almost a month has passed since Hurricane Ian hit Florida as a Class 4 storm and moved on to the Carolinas with a less severe, but still dramatic impact. And, as we revisit the story of the 1970 Plymouth Superbird and 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona that got flooded over in Florida, we get to see how the iconic muscle cars were saved and where they are now.

When we last covered the topic, Mike, the owner of the classic duo, who nearly got swept away by the water (he and his family are okay), had to deal with the washed-up vehicles remaining outside his home in Bonita Springs, Fl. The collector explained how the state of emergency meant that access to towing vehicles that could help bring the iconic Mopars back indoors was impossible at the time… read more >

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