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The passenger's door is peeled up pretty good. What's the back story on what the car hit back in the day?
Probably was added by someone later. My 68 Charger was also built in 12/67 & has the Inland shifter & no reverse light.
That might actually qualify as helmet hair.
The guy on the left with the huge fro would be shamed for cultural appropriation today.[ATTACH]
Doesn't look familiar to me.
For such a young girl, they are hanging low. 40+ years later, they must be some really low hanging flapjacks.
My December built 68 Charger has the Inland shifter. I had an early March built 68 Charger & that came with the Hurst shifter. The early Hurst...
I didn’t mention anything about an oem resto.
I like the idea of the modern drivetrain and comfortable interior, but keep the car looking stock. These old cars were beautiful from the factory...
The 4th generation will want the cell phone.
An oil burner 383 for a rebuilt 383.
Yours truly with first engine transplant circa 1977.[ATTACH]
By the size of the fence, it's obvious that he had a tiny dick too.
I wonder what they did for oil drainback holes from the heads?