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Maybe he did it in fear the original might get “misplaced”... stolen.
It has a ‘68 dash pad and HVAC control, as well as a ‘68 emblem and sticker on the door.
My Six Pack cars, both 4 speed were N/A for AC in 1970. And I’ve read it was a clearance issue with the air cleaner assembly. But AC was also N/A...
I remember back in the 80’s AC was something you didn’t want. It cluttered up the engine compartment, and was usually non functional. I still...
It was a long time ago when they weren’t worth much. And I’d argue that all the Chargers used in film and TV has only added to their legacy.
I read about 350 Chargers. They started bondoing the side markers towards the end, so I suspect a few were 70’s.
That’s why garage doors without windows are nice.
Is that the ‘71 grill as well? Looks great!
@69a100 I’m not putting up pictures of men for you. :p
The Japanese cars are great appliances.:D
How much was it?
It seems like just yesterday, they were everywhere. But you could say that about all those GM 2nd gen F bodies. They had to make over a million of...
I liked the ‘68 Dart and ‘71 Demon. They cost too much now.
I think it ended around February 1969.
Early 1969 engines and transmissions have the full VIN.
The missing “matching number” block for someone’s early ‘70 built Mopar.
Mopars lack of coil spring suspension has saved them from hydraulic mayhem.
I’m not a Lowrider. But I appreciate the craftsmanship and the artful curves. :D[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]...
Wow. I thought the “slots” were narrow on the Plymouth.