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Make-A-Wish, Dealership Restoring 1968 Dodge Challenger for Minnesota Teenager

Posted March 07, 2013 8:00 AM by dstrohl
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Matthew Wood didn't have to think long before answering. In the hospital fighting Hodgkin's lymphoma, he and his family entertained a visit from Minnesota Make-A-Wish Foundation representatives, who asked Matthew what's the one thing he would like them to do for him.

Restore my Charger, he told them.

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03/07/2013 2:58 PM

You need to correct that title: "Make-A-Wish, Dealership Restoring 1968 Dodge Challenger for Minnesota Teenager"

Sorry, that's a 1968 Dodge CHARGER, not a Dodge CHALLENGER, which was not introduced until model-year 1970.

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03/08/2013 1:54 PM

Agreed.

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