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Hey all, jumping on the B Body train....
Another one that can't help but to go MoPar crazy. You'll fit right in! Welcome aboard. Got a B body? Post up a picture or two.
Welcome aboard. Would like to see some pictures of your b bodies if you have any. Gonna be a great site just like FABO. Hope you enjoy. Amanda
Glad to have you !
1969 gtx Had this since 1980? Bought it as a rolling $50 stripped out car, put it back together enough to drive for a couple years. Would really like to start the resto... View attachment 320799 View attachment 320800
yeah A4 silver... in rough condition
Wouldn't we all (or at least ... just me)? ;-) As I said in my intro, it will be 3-4 years before I get to my '68 GTX but at least I have it up and running.
i bought almost all of my good mopars back when they were affordable.. i wouldnt be able to touch any of my current mopars now...:no:
That's a lot of car for $50.00..you done good:beerchug:
I hear that. I've had mine for several years now. I am now just getting to my newest - a '35 Plymouth coupe (purchased 4 years ago). Since the GTX is up and running and decent looking, I wanted to get into the '35 before tackling it (the GTX). I have been collecting parts for it for the past 10+ years though.
$50 back then was just buying a10 year old rusty Plymouth that was stripped. The guy I bought it from thought he was getting the better end of the deal. Gary67, you from Jersey Shore Pa?
What is that parked behind it?? Looks like a '63 Belvedere???
63 Plymouth Savoy 2 door post car.
I don't know if they're ever affordable
hey 5wndwcp, you need a 68 satellite wagon!
I had one of those Yanked the 318/904 and stuffed in a 440+6 and left the A/C, P/S and P/B hooked up. HEAVY so-n-so