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So that is what they look like with a floor in them. lol Very nice indeed.
I have a 66 Belvedere I AC car that came with good floors but the best one was a 4dr (of course) with perfect floors! The Belvedere has excellent flooring except for the left rear foot well. Looked like someone turned a battery over in that area.
Yes it is Mopar Mitch. Not my favorite but it's growing on me!
Original front carpet was destroyed or I would have kept it and redyed it. I have the rear but it's staying with the car
Something added to it way back when it was just an ordinary car used for work school and groceries i suppose
301 products. Some actetone on a rag and Herb's paints do wonders.
This makes you a gold digger
Sweet Charger, great find and save.
Just want to thank everyone for the comments. I posted a sound clip of it earlier. Still not sure what cam was put in it many moons ago. In case you missed it
I restored a 68 Road Runner a few years ago, that was JJ1. The color changed some as I used BC/CC and added a little flake.. Heres a link to that build thread. http://www.forbbodiesonly.com/moparforum/threads/the-golden-rotisserie-chicken.26040/
My 68 charger was originally gold before the previous owner painted it orange
Does it matter? Lol JK..... Man the car sounds great, nice thumpidy thump.....
Yeah, I saw that too. what's up with that side molding, any idea?
Not the first charger I have seen like that....it was a 70's/80's thing people did...
I gotta say man that's a sweet roadrunner and the color is very nice. Great job!!
love that sound! I'm gonna have to check some barns around here.
Well guys I've just about completed the interior. Wrap it up tomorrow. Done with the mystery motor. All I know is headers, Eddie intake, purpleshaft cam. Bad news is I may have to let her go.
Awesome find, that is my dream car.