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    04-23-2014, 06:35 PM
    Yeah,originally sold in my hometown.I bet I drove by it when I was on a date with my future wife. Not wing car value in my opinion. I gotta say that it might be worth $70-80k but not that
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    04-23-2014, 11:08 AM
    I saw it, but the show never did that much for me. They are too into Chevy and Ford, they have never done a Dodge or Plymouth. When they did the Dodge truck, they bastardized it with a Chevy motor rather than using a HEMI
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    04-23-2014, 05:49 AM
    Too expensive for me
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    04-20-2014, 02:55 PM
    Car looks nice. I like the pistol grip shifter and the six pack. I really wish the car had a ram charger hood though
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    04-19-2014, 11:30 AM
    I never pull over, you never know what people are like, I just try to let crappy people like that continue on with their douchieness, however i have had some bad bouts of anger when another driver has tried to attack my car. I had one crazy chick cut me off going into DC then proceed to not only give me the finger, but slam on her brakes in an attempt to have me rear end her, I still to this day have no idea of what drugs she was on. I no longer go to Manassas Va, because it is overrun with...
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    04-18-2014, 04:54 PM
    I'd say, given my experience with this specific model, based on condition alone. Any were from 10-14k, It could be worth more, but it appears to have had a repaint, (I love the hood) but others may not like the lack of hood stripes, the car has some condition issues with the interior, and finally it is a three speed auto not a four speed ( a major Debbie Downer for buyers. The car could be worth more depending on what engine options it has. With a little bit of work to the interior and paint...
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    04-18-2014, 03:12 PM
    Bummer that you lost it and that it got destroyed, but hay at least you got your baby back :icon_neutral: - - - Updated - - - Today that would be Washington Highlands in Anacostia Maryland, if you want your car gone, you just leave the keys in it and walk away. By an hours end your car will be gone to who knows were
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    04-17-2014, 12:27 PM
    Anyone find any pictures of the car, I have seen a couple people do this to 1968/69 cars and it normally when done right comes out looking fine
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    04-17-2014, 12:22 PM
    I have owned a few muscle cars; dodge dart 340, Plymouth road runner 1970 and 1971, and a 1971 barracuda. Now these were all fun cars while I had them, however I would always find another car to draw attention, now the first car I ever drove was in my opinion one of the best accelerating cars I have ever driven. I really know most of you won't agree, but my 1997 ford expedition truck is the first "muscle car" I ever owned, I know it is not a 1970s tire burner that I normally look for, but I...
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    04-17-2014, 11:18 AM
    Oh no, at least not yet. That car looks rockin just as it is, but whatever you want to do. It is your car, I agree that worn through paint is interesting, but I like the ratty cars too. I guess many of you are not in agreement, but the rusty cars are fascinating to me. As long as nobody is coming up to me and telling me my work looks like crap I am cool, I get my psychedelic style may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I hate to see somebody judged for simply not doing the cliche'.
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    04-16-2014, 06:33 AM
    I love patina rods, it really shows character. When I buy my next project I think that will be the route I will go. Just leaving the paint as is, and restoring everything else. I got the idea from some guy locally, he totally redid everything on his 1970 442 and left the faded paint. It only really works though on cars with patina, rather cars with extensive rust are more muscle car rat rods (I'm cool with those too).
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    04-14-2014, 04:15 PM
    I love the fuselage body cars they represent the '70s so much, I am thinking of buying a solid 1972 charger that is for sale in my area cheap for my next project
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    04-14-2014, 04:05 PM
    No just an idiot, I'm shire if his mom were to tell the truth to the world she would end the debate and admit the fact that she dropped his poor little head on the ground when he was a baby OMG that's his house, sorry everyone I didn't read the article. Wow I guess he is a dirty communist, and like all dirty communists he must have been dropped on his head as a baby
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    04-12-2014, 12:24 PM
    I was just at Manassas Va. car show, a bunch of tuner cars, with a few classics. I was pretty board and just stayed a while, the booming rap music was really the most horrible part
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    04-11-2014, 06:59 AM
    Sometimes I just hope that Harry Reid takes a hard fall down a long flight of steps. Ya know that the feds had to have asked his sorry ass about this before they went in
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    04-11-2014, 06:58 AM
    They look cool, too expensive but it could work as dashboard art
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