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Welcome. Nice car!
Great car great color..... great story...
Is that your father-in-law back in the day with the custom license plates? Great looking road runner...and
Welcome from Texas
Are those 14" wheels?
Welcome! I am also in SE PA (Lansdale to be precise) and I have a factory Limelight 383 4 speed car too! However, mine does not have the great family heritage that yours does. Cherish it, but drive and enjoy it too! Cheers, Hawk
Not completely unmolested, but mostly original. He changed out the wheels, added the vinyl top, and replaced the Holley carb with a Carter, all in the early 70s. Plus a paint re-spray in 1999. There may be a few other changes that he's failed to remember, but otherwise intact and in great shape.
Thanks. That's him, wouldn't be surprised if he still owns those pants!
Welcome to FBBO, sweet RR.
Welcome. Cool car. Cool color. Even a cooler story.
Welcome from the show me state!!
What a beauty! Welcome aboard
That's a killer car, LOVE it and the history!
Ya gotta put some 15" on it...would be way Cool. It is not sitting correct. Rallyes or Torque Thrusts will really look SAAAAMOKIN'. You wont have any problem reselling those 14" Torque Thrust Clones.
Welcome aboard! Nice car!
Very cool,your a lucky guy
I agree that 15" wheels (and bigger tires) would fill up the wheel wells much better, but those could be wheels put on by his father-in-law way back in the day. If so, then the way the car sits is "preserved" in it's day 2 configuration as set up by his father-in-law. That's cool as heck and kind of makes the rims special and way more cool.