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68 trunk lids are hard enough to get in good condition let alone drill holes in them. Awful.
Unless it's a Daytona wing or Super Bird wing, NO wing/spoiler belongs on any 1966-70 B Body PERIOD!!!
And I'll even make the same case for 1971-74 B Bodies.
Totally agree. I’ve seen that on a few cars. Looks horrible. All they had to do is add a trunk stripe and there’s your appeal on the rear of the car.
A beautiful '68 Coronet R/T ruined by a stupid rear spoiler!!!!
Same mindset as those who put rump stripes on 66/67 Dodges and on Plymouths. Just never looks right.
Although I agree and don't like it on a '68, how is this any more "disgusting" than a factory installed one on a '70 Bee ? ....
Up through '70, it just doesn't look right. Proportions all messed up, like mixing architectural styles
on a house.
On some '70-up models, although it may have been "correct", some of 'em still don't look right with
the wings on 'em.
They just don't.
Wing car Jr? 440'
Concept rapid transit
Pops, even back in '70 that RR had no appeal to me. I know it was the sign of the times,but yuck !
I'm sort of glad that one didn't make it to production.
All I can say is .....just does not look right.......
It’s amazing how many mopar folks clown up their cars.
I totally agree....just plain out of place....but NOT quite as bad as halo head lights....which is _______ (fill in the blank with your most popular expletive).....just my opinion of course.
My hate is the yellow headlights. What is the reason for such nonsense?
the wing car I can afford
I hope you have the Hideaway headlights for night driving........
I like the cardboard 'bird, but the proportion of the rear bumper area is not quite correct. Needs to be more squared off at the bottom... LOL