With the help of a $250,000 reward, the founder of the has finally reunited with the muscle car he sold years ago to help keep his family's business afloat.
sold the gold-and-black 1971 for $2,800 in 1983. The money helped save his father's tavern in Jeffersonville, Ind., and he used the rest to start what would become a worldwide pizza business.
I have always like Papa Johns Pizza and it is cool that he was able to get reunited with the car that pretty much launched his corporation. Hmm, if I were superstitious I would go long Papa John's stock right now because that car might bring his company good luck. That is from the Scrooge McDuck school of Number One Dime talismans.