Being a great mechanic surely has a lot of advantages, but looking at it from a perspective of a regular guy who loves great muscle cars, it could also be a painful process. He is working on a certain car, many times starting from a scratch, building it for many months and transforming it into a real beauty, and when it becomes a real beast that is glowing from every angle you are looking at it, and starts roaring like a wild cat, the time comes when you have to say goodbye to it. Of course, there will always be the pride of knowing that you have been working on that awesome car, but still… I`m saying this because here we have a video clip in which we could see how one perfectly restored Charger Daytona (probably with a 426 HEMI under the hood) is `walking away` from the place where it was `reborn again` and getting shipped off.

And of course, another patient is coming in the name of another Mopar classic, the 1968 Dodge Charger R/T. I guess that is the beauty and the curse of the profession. Just check out this restored Charger!

I do not know about you, but I`m not sure if I would be able to handle such a burden on a regular basis. Check out the video and see how this whole process looks like. And if you are interested in seeing a video about how a restoration process of a 1970 Dodge Charger looks like, along with many other classic Detroit muscles, click here.