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25% Off Orders over $75
Use promotional code 25SPRING4U at checkout to receive 25% Off Orders over $75. Offer is not valid in combination with any other offers, rebates or discounts; not available to Pep Boys' Fleet & Commercial accounts; does not apply to wheels, labor, special order merchandise, tires or the purchase of gift cards. Excludes tires, special order, wheels, outside purchase or sale products. Excludes the following brands: Traxxas, Superchips, Hypertech, Edge, Bully Dog, Diablo, Edelbrock, Holley, Autometer, Accel, K&N, NOS, MSD and BBK Performance. Valid online until 2:59 am EST on 3/29/15. Online orders scheduled for in-store pick up must be completed in store by closing on 3/28/15 for discount to apply.

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Pep Boys Speed Shops
Speed Shop Manager
Mike Rowland
Pep Boys Rock Hill
(803) 324-1980
2514 N Cherry Rd
Rock Hill, SC 29732
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Growing up in the mid 60's with three younger sisters meant there wasn't much allowance money so, I started doing odd jobs and when I was about 13 I started working at Service Stations when I wasn't in School. For $5.00 a day I washed cars, changed oil, pumped gas and fixed flats. That was a lot of money considering a Huge Candy Bar was only .05 cents. As I gained experience I found better paying jobs and was able to buy my first Mustang, a 1965 Fastback. My Dad had given me a 58 Chevy and a 59 Pontiac but this was the first car I bought myself. The engine needed a rebuild and I was about 16 or 17 so with the help of an older cousin and some parts from the Famed Holman Moody in Charlotte, NC just 1/2 hour away I was able to build a pretty strong 289 engine. After Graduation and 3 years in the US Army Military Police Corps I opened a Speed Shop selling Custom Parts and Building Performance Engines. I've owned many cars over the years, most have been Muscle Cars, and some became Highly Valuable Collector Cars, of course they became Valuable after I had already sold them. I had two 1967 Shelby GT 500 Mustangs one with the original drive train that I sold around 1985 running and driving for $3,900. and I had two 1970 Boss 429 Hemi Mustangs. I don't think I got even 10% of their value but that was prior to 1990 when Muscle Car values really started taking off. I've always leaned more toward the Fords, but have had early Camaros and a 1969 427 4 Speed Corvette. Currently, I have a couple of Tubbed out Mustangs, a 1967 Coupe, and a 1970 Mach 1. I also have a 1970 Boss 302 Mustang on the list for restoring, a 1972 Ram Air Convertible Mustang and a 1973 Mach 1. It would be a true statement to say that I will probably always be a "Car Guy".

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