Of all the benefits of participating in the judged show arena, perhaps none are more valued as the restoration information gleaned through the judging process. Mark Herbstrith of Utica, Illinois, bought this '70 R/T Challenger in 1986. The restoration had already been started by the previous owner, so Mark inherited the dreaded "boxes full of parts." He planned to rebuild and drive the Challenger, but after discovering its relative rarity, decided to restore it to showroom condition. In 1994, the car made its debut in the original restored class. There, Mark discovered many things that had to be redone, thanks to the critical eyes of his judges. Mark would like to take the Challenger to higher levels, but now finances may be the limiting factor.