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How about switching brands to Dodge. A friends 68 RT. Same church...............different pew! LOL
If I had a '69 Charger, I'd want it triple black with a red r/t stripe.
Of course I love it! But i think the grill on a GTX is better looking, and I think the tail lights on the '68 GTX/RR are 2nd to none.
I actually like the taillights of the '68 better, but the grille on a '69 looks aggressive.
I saw a car that I think was a '68 Bee and the guy put a '69 grille in it. It looked so weird, but honestly somewhat cool.
1968 Dodge Coronet based on 2007 Charger SRT8 | AmcarGuide.com - American muscle car guide Here is the story on it.
68 with a 69 grille
1970 Roadrunner V code 440 6 pack 4 spd. Dana 3:54 B3 Blue with white interior. Dream car.
Well, my Colt race car was a dream of mine for many many years. But... I would really like to find a '67 Barracuda Hardtop, Bronze, Black interior, Formula S with a 273 Commando 4 speed! This is a Blue 383, but you get the idea.
I actually have it. 66 Commando powered 4 speed satellite, convertible......4bbl 383. Now to restore it.......Next in line...... like this.....
So here is what I got this weekend. Have new quarters for it, 400 and 4spd. Plan is for a vintage stock car for the street. Full chassis and cage, not much else. Reminiscent of Buddy Bakers car.
Colt's and Arrows would be fun on the street!
call me a old, but here it is...woodsided 69 coronet station wagon....with a 440 of course
Sounds like a plan! Good luck with the car! Hopefully it's all you wanted and more.
64 polara and an AAR cuda.
2 dr post savoy maybe my favourite
65 Belvedere I, two door, 383 and 4-speed. Something like this but burgundy with tan interior
Dads car. We would sacrifice any and all of our stuff to get this car back. Last seen in 1973 behind Shelleys Chicken in old town Plymouth, Mi., up on blocks with the motor pulled.
63 OR 64 Polara. I found a front bumper for one in an old closed dealership. In the rafters of all places. As close as I have gotten so far.
For me it is the 1969 CHP Dodge Polara, the 69 CHP Polara has long been seen as the holy grail car among vintage police car collectors. With the mythical stories of speed from the day they went into service the cars were grabbed for their engines, nothing more than a standard HP 440. Of the 1500 or so that were built only a dozen or so known to survive, of those only two fully restored. When I first looked at the idea of doing a vintage CHP car the 69 stood out for its styling, I soon learned of its holy grail status. Thinking I wouldn't be able to afford a genuine car I started on a clone, several months into it I located a genuine one, it was tight but I worked out a deal, it needed work. Alan
I have always wanted a 4th Gen 2 door imperial. No idea why edit: clean up formatting
I thought you had your dream car the 69 Dart? Or has it became a nightmare LOL....
69 RR Non post.. stroked 440 -727 -D60..