Some of my old Chargers through the years

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The original heater hoses & belts came with the car.

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Buddy seat with a 3rd seat belt...

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I have never seen this locking gas cap before
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Yes Sir, that is impressive.
Have you ever owned one with REAR shoulder belts?
 

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Yes Sir, that is impressive.
Have you ever owned one with REAR shoulder belts?

No, but strangely, the original package shelf in my old 68 Hemi Charger had cutouts for them. I bought the car totally disassembled & they were nowhere to be found and the build sheet didn't call out for them.
 

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I am impressed and blown away. You have / had some gorgeous cars for sure. That red 68 Charger R/T Hemi is my favorite.
 

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The green car needed a fair amount of detailing on the interior and under the hood to get it to look like it is now...and detailing = expense.
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Did you buy this one of of ebay a few years back,i think it was from the MASSACHUSETTS AREA


I should be so lucky to buy one in my own state! The green one came from Atlanta, Georgia. The bronze one came from Colorado & the red one came from New York.
 

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My 69 came from GEORGIA,but not in as good as shape,a small town of LAWRENCEVILLE JUST southOF Atlanta
 
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I really enjoyed looking over these pictures. Very nice cars indeed.

I had a Bronze 68 without the vinyl top that I purchased back in 1979 and always loved that car and body style. I also had a 67 charger at that time and a few other vehicles and had to let some go.
 

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All very nice as we have come to expect from you, RC. "Good on ya, Mark", as Fletch would say.

Thanks to Roger posting that interview I'll never be able to read another one of your posts without hearing it in that Yankee accent.
 

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I like the GG1 '68 with the grey 5 spokes and the back in the day pic of the '68 with the slicks just looks mean!
 
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