When you see a pretty car...

Axxe55

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Dec 15, 2019
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Nowhere.....Just here in East Texas.
I owned a '65 Sport Fury.

318 cid.

Great car.... (rust termites got it)

Always seems like the Mopars were more prone to rust than other makes of cars.
Believe it or not, I always preferred the hardtop to the convertible.
I bought it in 1987, only because you never pass up a big block convertible. They only made about 1,000 Satellite convertibles with the 383 in ‘66. Got rid of it in 2000.

I have owned a few convertibles in the past, but unless you have a garage to keep it in, the weather and elements are hard on them. I have always preferred hardtops or sedans over convertibles myself.
 

innominate

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Jan 3, 2010
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Austin
Hmmm…I think the two tone works best on vintage trucks

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I don't hate it. They call it Creamsicle?
 

KJQ6945

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Jul 31, 2020
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Ben Wheeler
The Hurst/Olds was made in pretty limited numbers in 68, 69, 72, 73, 74, 75, 79, then brought back in 83, and 84. 68 through 73, they were all 455 cubic inches. The rest of the ‘70s models were 350s then 307s in the ‘80s.
The 68, 69, and 72s were pretty badass cars, the 73 suffered the fate of emissions, but still had the 455.
 

mongoose

Active Member
Sep 10, 2012
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Getting a '73 Challenger when I was 16 was probably not the wisest choice my mother made, but then gas was around 35 cents a gallon back then.
I asked if I could buy a 70 challenger in 73. 440, six pack, 4 speed. My Dad say he would buy it for me if I paid the insurance. I bought the 70 GMC P/U.
 
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