“You find a good car, you cannot sit,” Matt Barczak says. Just 35 years old, Matt feels he was born 30 years too late. “I love, professionally restore, and collect muscle cars. I work with Frank Arone, owner of Arone Restorations in Homer City, Pennsylvania.”
Matt was driving to Pittsburgh with his father and Frank to look at a 7,000-mile, original paint, 1969 Hemi Road Runner, an old race car with no motor or transmission. “My dad was in the back seat reading the local trader paper. He said to me, ‘Hey Matt, what’s an X33 Camaro?’”
Matt almost swerved off the road. “X33” on the trim tag of a 1969 Camaro denotes the Z/28 option. He stopped and called the number in the ad. It was winter, January 2016, about 6 o’clock in the evening. Matt told the seller, “I am 3 1/2 hours away. I can be at your house by 10 o’clock.”
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