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My Rust oration project.
OMG who would pile all that stuff my god !
Archie that 71 looks awesome, good job buddy
Thanks! I appreciate the comments. Here's some interior pics before and after.. Converted it to the matching gunmetal interior with leather buckets out of 71SE 383 2V parts car. It's too bad in a way, the car I got the interior out of was it better shape than the car I'm fixing up!
I have saved my money for some time looking for my ultimate dream car. A few years ago I found it. This car had sat in a wrecking yard for 20+ years and had to be moved when the yard closed down. It was missing some parts ie: dash, windshield, radiator, front of engine ect. It will be a big project. I bought it from the guy that ended up with it. I enjoyed looking at everyone’s cars and projects. It helps motivate me to keep working on my car. I like seeing the before and after pictures. I do not have any after pictures yet because I am in the progress. I will post a during picture, the progress of where my car is now.
Showard u have came along way, keep up the good work
My brother found this 68 for me a few years back. Spent 2 years waiting out the title ownership proses. Still missing a few things but has progress.
The 68 hemi looked like this.....
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63SPF, wow that's awesome
Love that !:icon_thumright:
Love your GTX looks great!! - - - Updated - - - my 70 Charger original red car with white top and tan interior..
I heard a rumor of a 68 charger in my area but didn't have an exact location so I first saw my car on google earth then found it
68 Charger 63SPF, that is an amazing creation you've done. Very nice, very original. I've wanted a classic muscle car for some time. During my last deployment I settled on a '68 Charger, then I just had to find it (and move back to the US). I was stationed in Japan at the time and so of course couldn't go look or buy anything. As soon as I got back to the states I was looking every day online and driving hither and thither looking at contenders. Thanks to Tallhair for keeping me from going too crazy after I lost out on one sweet deal I found this one on craigslist in MN and drove 11 hours to go get it alone. Got a flat on the way. Rented a uhaul trailer up there, bought the car for probably too much ($21.5k), loaded her up, and hauled her home. No problems on the way back. She's a 1968 Charger R/T 440 auto (by the fender tag) a/c car with stripe delete, but the 440 engine is not numbers matching and (supposedly) comes from a '67 Imperial. It runs and drives (but not very safely), little rust overall.. but it'll need at least a new trunk floor at some point. Came with a hemi 18 spline 4 speed trans plus bell housing sitting in the trunk. That's a 69 door on the passenger side. Lots of stuff doesn't work; she'll be a good project. I keep getting sent away from home, but whenever I'm home I'll keep adding to it and fixing stuff.
Original 318/auto car with buckets, console and A/C. Was converted to a 383/4-speed at some point then left in a barn for 10-15ish years (I was told). Hadn't been licensed since the 90s. Lotta rust and its going to take some time but its my dream car. Will eventually be a GG1, low block stroker and I'm keeping the 4 speed. This is how I found it. It is complete and I'm currently in the process of disassembling it. Was met with a nasty rust surprise under the rear seat that I didn't anticipate. Should have known. - - - Updated - - - Oh and here's me actually saving her from a slow rotting death. ... And almost home after a 12 hour round trip.
Bought this 68 in late Feb. 2012. car was a shell with engine, trans and four wheels. Then sold it two weeks later, to buy this 69 in Mar. 2012 from the second owner, picture taken at the previous owner's home. Same car, one year earlier at the previous owner's home when I first spotted the car. Sat. picture of car in 2008.
Ours when we got it.
There is some great work out there guys, good job
When I found my Duster back in February 2009 with current pictures below them...... - - - Updated - - - When I originally found my Coronet (pictures circa 2007ish)....made the deal to buy it in December 2008...... When I picked it up in July 2012...... When I stuffed it into storage in July 2012..... - - - Updated - - - When we brought my Charger home back in December 1998.... At a Mopar show this past summer (July 2014)....