Sloatsburg, New York resident Tony Harlin is no stranger to world-class performance. The former competitive track & field athlete was a highly decorated shot putter, finishing fifth in the 1984 U.S. Olympic Trials by launching a 16-pound steel shot over 66 feet. Such results require lots of hard work, flawless execution, and plenty of muscle.
It’s no surprise, then, that more than three decades later, he’s still exhibiting those same things—only this time in the form of an incredible pro street Dodge Dart. “This car was one of the first pro streeters built back in the day by Robert Paul “Tach” Mooney in the mid- ’70s,” Harlin said. “I bought it in 2000 and it was in desperate need of…READ MORE…click the magazine image below.
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