Jim Vincent loved everything about his 1972 Plymouth 'Cuda. The purr of its V8 engine. The way the sun danced off it after a spit-shine wax. Whenever he revved the engine, he also thought about his father, who first brought home one of the muscle cars more than 30 years ago.
"From that day forward, I would not stop thinking about that car," Vincent wrote on iReport.com.
Vincent finally got a 'Cuda of his own in 1999. But last year he was laid off from the airline industry. And after months of internal turmoil, he reluctantly -- begrudgingly -- put his gray Barracuda up for sale, the same car that's brought so much joy over the years. Read full article »