“There were places where we would step on the ground, and not only would you sink in, but the water was rushing so fast it would run six or eight inches up your leg,” Pete Rudometkin says.
Pete wasn’t about to let the worst rains in Northern California in 30 years stop him from getting to a 1970 Mustang sitting in a field on a ranch between Petaluma and Rohnert Park. He was on the trail of more than a fastback—the car was a Mach 1. And an R-code 428 Cobra Jet, which translates to a shaker hood scoop for ram air. All that was reason enough for him to get very excited, but what really made this fastback super rare was the W-code 4.30:1 Detroit-Locker rear axle. And to think Pete got this lead after hearing a stray comment while visiting retired fireman Garrett Moore’s man cave.
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