- Dec 30, 2007
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Haha. That and the bad *** car haulerSo what gave it away, the sideburns ?
I’d like to see what the car looks like now also.
I say every FABO member calls and offers 1k...lol
OP do you have a current pix?
Yes, sorry, not mine, I actually just texted him for current pic and an asking price.I think this is just a link to a CL ad. Not sure it belongs to OP
The car was raced in the sixties close to its current state, updating it to look like a modern car is something I would not do. There are plenty of tubbed race cars and pro street cars available, and 68 Darts aren’t in short supply. There are not many factory style hemi darts with a race history going back to 69. I hope whomever buys this respects it’s past and puts it back the way it was. As for the history, without fully understanding what that history may be I don’t know what it’s worth. I do know a quick search on the net confirms that it was raced as a hemi car with a single four barrel at one time. Later in the 80’s the same owner raced a 65 Belvedere hemi car with the same name “Buckeye Brawler” A brief search on moparts showed that the original owner was posting in dec of 2018 under the name buckeye brawler so he may be available to discuss the cars past with anyone interested. If your just looking to cash in and flip it I understand. I am not looking at it from that perspective. It would be a shame to butcher this car up and make it look like any other “pro tour or pro street car” just to flip it for a quick buck.Stock www. Photos. I like the tuck look. After you have to fix cut wells, you realize how much less time it takes to cut the axle than replace the quarters. Obviously the tires are different size, but y’all should get the point View attachment 1715316178View attachment 1715316179
If it is what it is said to be, I believe the price is right. Kim