That is exactly my plan. I love original/survivor like cars. The plan is to do a mechanical restoration and if needed, I’ll do a stroker on the 383. No plans to swap in another engine especially on something so original.
The Charger has been sitting in my friends pole barn as mine is completed/overhead doors installed. I’ll start a new thread once we are moved into the new house and I begin work on the Charger. In the mean time, here is a better picture when I unloaded it.
The coolest part of the car for me is the dealer badge still on the rear deck lid. I was born and raised in Cherry Hill, NJ. The Cherry Hill Dodge dealer still exists on Rt. 70 and appears the original owner lived in Mizpah, NJ (Atlantic County) based on the certi-card and title.
Got in an hour ago after checking it out in person. The exterior is extremely solid and complete. It rolls with ease but brakes are non-existent (to be expected). I popped the valve covers off and the cyl heads were quite crusty with rust. Didn’t even bother pulling a plug and checking with my...
Thank you all for the responses and input. The interior is complete (front seats need recovering) and the engine bay is complete as well. I’m going to look at the car on Wednesday and will bring some tools to check things over. I’ll keep everyone posted.
Greetings everyone. I’m looking at a 66 Charger “g code” with the factory 383 and 4spd. The exterior is all original and still wears the dark green paint. There is no rust/rot in the lower quarters and just a small amount of rust in the floor pans. The seller has advised his friend has put a...
Hey guys. Currently in the market for a 68-69 superbee project. Don’t really care if it needs some metal work etc. Located in FL but will travel for the right car. Let me know what you guys got! You can also email me at [email protected]