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Dillon's 1967 Polara

1967 Polara 383 63k orig miles

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Hopefully tonight I can set aside a few moment give some more details about the car.

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Sweet! Looks like a lot of TLC has been poured into your car. I especially liked the interior, looks perfect.
:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
 
Beautiful color, the light metallic shades seem to work well on the fast-top style C-bodies. The '67 tag makes a nice touch. Does Virginia still let you register an antique with a plate from the same year of manufacture?
 
Wow, Beautiful car, you're certainly on the right website.. There's some great people here. Welcome from New York City. Can't wait to read the rest of your details about her ..
 
For any C-body lover that likes blue, this is the perfect car! Wow, both the engine compartment and interior are immaculate. Wonder what the exhaust manifolds were coated with to make them such a nice silver.
 
For any C-body lover that likes blue, this is the perfect car! Wow, both the engine compartment and interior are immaculate. Wonder what the exhaust manifolds were coated with to make them such a nice silver.
Thank so much for the compliments. The coating on the exhaust manifolds is called Hot Stuff Exhaust Manifold Dressing. I must have did it 10 years ago and they look the same except for an oil stain on one. Not exactly original Mopar look but I like it. Cheap too.
 
Beautiful color, the light metallic shades seem to work well on the fast-top style C-bodies. The '67 tag makes a nice touch. Does Virginia still let you register an antique with a plate from the same year of manufacture?
Thanks for the compliments. I bought those plates off ebay about 13 years ago. I assume Virginia still allows you to register an antique with manufacture year plates. I haven’t heard any different. I do see guys at shows and cruises in Virginia selling restored plates of various years.
 
Beautiful Dillon! That is the car I was searching for forever...color, engine, everything, though I don't mind 4 doors either...it is awesome! I settled on Light Green Metalic FF1 code 383ci. My first was a 2BF 318ci car, two tone factory black painted top Light Green Metalic that is going to my brother. I have attenpted 2 times to set up a garage here, but my pictures won't upload. I hope to figure out the problem to share with you and the gang! Great car Dillon!!! :thumbsup::thankyou:
 
That's a beautiful car. I love the 67s. That thing looks like it will glide on down the road.
 

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