If you see this car -- a yellow, 1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring-- in Santa Cruz, please let Justin Aarron Harris know!
Harris says he sold it for cash when he was being deployed overseas, and just could not leave it behind orphan-like and un-attended.
And though it may look like a 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner, Harris says it is, in fact, a Plymouth Satellite Sebring, with a "dropped 360, holly 4brl crb, black mopar wafel valve covers, the block itself is orange, there is a comp cam with points ignition and instead of headers, the engine snugs original 318v8 exhuast manifolds."
We don't "speak car" that well -- but we think this means it was souped up and very nice.
Now that Harris has returned home from deployment, he's missing -- a lot, apparently -- his former bumblebee-yellow ride and would like to re-connect. He recalls selling it to a man in nearby Boulder.
"I'm trying to rekindle the spark of fire that keeps my heart pumping. Please help," he writes, and provides this phone number: 9254357866.