I think I'm more confused with why a Plymouth engine would be in a dodge.
That's not to say that anything makes it a Plymouth engine other than the pie tin with the words "Super Commando" but with all the f***ery on this car, is definately have to see a fender tag verifying that it was originally a 440 car. Even then, 17,000 is a crazy stretch for this particular car.
Always wondered about that. I've seen a few with them but couldnt figure it out.I believe that Chrysler offered a kit to put the 68 side markers on older year cars for those safety conscious folks. I'd bet some dealers added them on leftover cars to make them look like 68's.
Says it's in Ridgefield, CT. I'm sort of hankering to go see it regardless of my skepticism.Disc brake booster with a drum brake master cylinder. The car has 15" wheels but I can't tell if the wheel covers say disc brake or not.
It is wearing a rather old Connecticut license plate.