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Here's a couple pics of my hemi coronet.
My 68 Roadrunner
69' Coronet Here is my 383 Coronet, original 383 car, all original, bought in 1997. The Charger has been in the family since 1985, bought from the original owner, and a 383 car also.
"your MOTHER bought in 68" ???? hell I was 11 and we had a 50 ford best I recall. But I laugh at you guys now ya'll think you had it tough. LMAO... if we had that car we would have sold it for FOOD!!!
Late to the dance but hey...bettah late than nevah...:headbang:
sorry. wanted to know width and backspace..... thx
Width is 7 inch, back space is around 4.25 inch I believe.
A decent pic with the new rubber…
Car I had about 10 years ago. Ended up with a 385hp crate motor. It was in my wagon that I put the 528/hemi in. Just noticed. The original 318 is behind it, in the 1st pic.
Here is my Numbers Matching 68 Coronet R/T 4 speed car with 58'000 original miles. Total restoration was completed in 2002. She is for sale anyone interested PM me for more info and a video of it running.
My 1969 Coronet 500 383-2 Rag, original red on white car
1968 Hemi - original everything
68 Coronets are rare, there is a ton of super bees out there and I have seen many 69 Coronets but 68's you just don't see that many and a Hemi Coronet is really rare especially all original. Really nice ride ! To bad you live to far away to bring it up to our Central New York Mopar Madness Show the last Sunday in June. We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Dodge Charger Name Plate, we are going to have a special section and trophies for all Chargers from 1966 to present.
here are mine, I have since sold the 500.
What a collection!!! Thanks for sharing!
Bring on the More Doors: -Kurt