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Well at least he's got the air conditioner hanging out the window for those hot summer cruises in Vegas! :lol: Cool car none the less. And a 4dr...
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This guy here was at a car show a couple of...
That would be worth the price of admission alone to see that! :rofl:
Hmmm....:rolleyes: I think I got some in my spare tire but it's gonna cost ya and I don't know how you're gonna transfer it!
All you gotta do is lube all those grease fittings regularly and it will roll forever. Simple is less complicated. I'd keep it the way it is. And...
Yeah, I wouldn't alienate them just because they're different.
Now, where did I put my bell bottom pants with the stripes down the side?
Right on about the title and someone really slathered the Bondo on. Other than that quarter, I think there's not a lot of real rust to deal with...
There's some ads to get through and a few non Mopar pics but overall some nice shots from Motor Trend magazine.
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Really like the '68. Looks like it could be cloned into something pretty nice for a reasonable amount of time and money.
Looks like you have a nice straight testing grounds for tuning that puppy up! Lol.
This is making my heart pound and I've already had one heart attack. I don't know how you can stand it. You better set up some surveillance by...
Man, I'm really salivating on this one! We all know what this sounds like. How could you sleep last night! Lol
Yeah, sounds like you'd get a lot for $2000.
I had a 73 and I really liked that car. Until someone rear ended it. :steering:
I wonder what kind of rear ends they have :rolleyes:. 8 1/4 probably?
I believe they switched over to cardboard on later models in 72. My 72 Scamp also has a fabric liner. I know I've seen some 72s with cardboard.
Man that thing's in really great shape. The real patina is super cool! In my opinion the paint and body needs nothing. Nice score!
Yeah, you really robbed the cradle with that one, for sure! Lol
When I used to paint locomotives in the late 80s we tried water based paint for a short while. From what I can remember it was a very hard finish...
I thought that seemed familiar. I remember reminiscing about Windy Hill junkyard with someone one from New London in a recent thread. My long term...
That's good to hear. A friend of mine was in the insurance business a while back and he used JC Taylor then and he still uses them now. That's why...
I have JC Taylor and yes it is agreed value.
Sumfuns a whittle fishy here.:elmer:
Fun project there for sure. Looks super solid with nice interior too!
Wow! That is so cool! What a time capsule. Never change a thing on that. Memories, memories, memories! Lol
Holy cow, so what am I missing here?
Is that in a Walmart parking lot??
Looks like a super nice car. But for god sakes why wouldn't you fix all that little stuff before you put it up for sale for $37,000?
I love the way you can fine tune the timing in them while you drive.