And he wants to drive it to work, too. Saying the car is a "passion, not an investment," real estate mogul Bill Wiemann bought the 'cuda restored completely with so-called "new old stock" parts— pieces themselves made during the seventies but never sold. The '71 has a Hemi engine and was the last of nine made that year; Wiemann also owns the first Hemi Cuda convertible ever from the previous year. He plans to put about 4,000 miles on the car this year, which if we take Fargo's weather into account means Wiemann will have exactly 17 minutes to rack up the planned mileage. A source close to Wiemann claims he did not buy the car from Jerry Lundegaard.
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