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- Jun 26, 2015
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Look at the spring perches and see if they have been cut and rewelded.Awesome, thanks for the info.
So the other differentials would have a more symmetrical cover, still 10 bolts?
Also, is the DANA 60 is the 8-3/4" ring gear? And, what is the quick way to see if someone is being sneaky and they installed a truck DANA 60?
Ma Mopar made every third car green. There is a lot of green cars painted other colors already so it's probably a wash. You need to see a well done gg1 green car in person before you decide. It looks better in person.Out of curiosity, with this car having only a warranty block, how sacrilegious would it be to do a color change to black?
Using today's values, let's say it is restored perfectly using the warranty block, GG1 with dark green vinyl top vs. painted black, red interior and red stripe.
Your money-your car-your call. Not ours.
While I'm no expert overall I feel his $ is in the correct range. These cars are in high demand and getting tougher to find. When I was looking for my Charger I saw many project cars going into the $25K range. Ma Mopar produced less cars so that also drives $ up.
IF you were to buy this car I'd expect you'd put at least $30K into it and perhaps 2 years min working on it, depending on how much time you work on it.
Times have certainly changed since I started with these cars 30 years ago. The $5k rusty and grilled well done Charger that Dave posted a link - that thing is WASTED!
His ad stated "OBO" and you couldn't get a hold of him, so sounds like he is getting lots of calls at $16K, making him feel he'll get a sale at that.Finally got to talk to the seller, sounds like he is super firm on the price.
Gotta wonder why so many cars back then were green, GM did the same thing.
Out of curiosity, with this car having only a warranty block, how sacrilegious would it be to do a color change to black?