Inside this Mopar Ranch full of legendary Classic Mopar vehicles it feels like a Christmas in July. The owner of this collection Terry Ulmer wanted to do something special to honor veterans and the survivors of Pearl Harbor, so he built a replica of a pilothouse as the anchor for his incredible tribute property.
His unique Mopar museum has a WWII Fletcher-class destroyer battleship pilothouse and lots of Naval details which are actually real naval elements that were installed and served in the US Navy battleships from the ’40s. However, his love for the classic Mopar muscle cars, tells a different story at his property.
Most of his Mopar collection are the vehicles from the late ’60s and early ’70s, such as 1970 Plymouth Cuda 383, 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner 440, 1968 Dodge Charger R/T, 1966 Plymouth Belvedere GTX, and probably the most interesting is the 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner with the 426 Hemi engine under the hood. Enjoy the video below.