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...smiling faces, smiling faces DON'T tell lies, sometimes.....
Some from a Polara 500.
I masked off red door panels and dyed them black. NOS dealer's plaque from original selling dealership. My current project 1964 Polara 4-door hardtop.
Two in one
Cool! 4-speed, no console and buddy seat. A combination not very often seen. A console was standard equipment in 1966 Charger and Coronet 500, but became an option in 1967. I have seen both a 1966 Charger and a 1966 Coronet 500 with standard equipment 318 Poly with 3-speed stick on the column. The standard equipment console was also there, with a decorative flat plate where the shifter would normally be.
I’m gonna start getting her going soon. it was parked in the garage since 1988 or so. 383, 4 barrel. No power steering, or power drum brakes. Solid car. Been in Ca all it’s life.
I did not notice the vinyl top in the previous picture. Another rare option for a first generation Charger. I think this was on 1967's, but not 1966's. I have only seen a handful of these.
I’ll try and find some paperwork in the seats, or glove box if I can. Has a nice interior, good headliner, and glass. I look forward to learning more about them.
Thought I'd post this pic. Pretty cool that it was still in the car. Just bought it yesterday. 66 Coronet 500.
All the controls required.
Luxury of having your own airport.
That said, anyone can buy a tank and call for delivery!
How much is minimum drop? 275 US gallons? Wonder if they would do it here?
Would depend on their route. My supplier collects requests across Ontario until it's worth the run and the driver leaves with tank truck and pup tank. Generally hits a couple of licenced airports first and empties the pup and leaves it behind and then does all the back road grass strips like mine and collects the pup on his way home. My tank is 2100 litres ~ 530US gallons and I try to get it empty before they come by filling all my jerry cans.