1972 Duster * Benjamin Kardon * Sharps Chapel, TNThere is no doubt Benjamin Kardon is a die-hard Duster fan. He writes: "I noticed that Dusters never get the respect that they deserve. People always think of them as a `starter' car or a `grandma' car. So I decided that I was going to build a Duster that no one could ignore!" This ambitious guy is doing a full-on NASCAR theme, with big fat tires on steel wheels, light-weight glass, and a sparse, business-only interior. Benjamin has drawn the car exactly how he wants it to look; he plans to bring the car with him to work on while at studying at WyoTech.
1982 Camaro * Todd Schonfeldt * Marshfield, WIKids get into trouble, we look the other way, and move on. But when your 13-year old son brings home a '82 Camaro that had been sitting in a neighbor's garage to rot, it may be harder to ignore. At 13 years old, Todd Schonfeldt bought a dirt bike, which took him all over town. He was showing off his new ride to a family friend, who mentioned he had a Camaro he bought at an auction (since the car was involved in a high-speed chase and drug bust). Todd loved it, and traded his dirt bike for it on the spot. Since then, he's cleaned it up quite a bit. The interior needed extra attention because it had been tossed up in the search process.