Good morning. I’m Saul Reisman here at Saul’s Automotive and today, we’re giving a shout out to SEMA. We want to say a very special thank you for opportunities that SEMA has presented for us.
As a young entrepreneur in the automotive industry, it’s often very difficult with the catch 22 of trying to find work in your field and trying to gain experience. Employers only want the most experienced and technicians only want to be the most experienced they can be to support and that’s where organizations like SEMA help enthusiast technicians really excel.
This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner 383 came to us from the original owner. Her father purchased for her brand new back when she was 16. She was able to drive it for five or six years. It started having some mechanical problems, and they couldn’t afford to fix it, so they parked it, so this car’s been sitting for 30 plus years. When it came to us, literally piles of wiring, mouse poop on the floor, unknown condition, everything a rat’s nest. Thirty-two years that it didn’t run on the road.