NOT MINE 1969 Dodge Polara 500 Convertible - eBay Auction - Hornell, New York

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  1. tallhair

    tallhair Rufus "Mod Hair" Firefly Staff Member

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    I usually prefer white interiors if the paint works with it. B7 definitely works with both, but I agree I like white interior best, looks classy to me and really pops.
     
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    polara71 Old Man with a Hat

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    I'm out!

    And look, it's East. That makes about 6 or 7 East cars since I went west...:BangHead:
     
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    Nice looking car. Just wish that sellers looking for a premium price would put more effort into their ads.
     
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    Doh! Black! Not sure why I was thinking dark argent, although that might look cool. Mine are fully polished and not painted.


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    Dark argent sounds like it would look good on a black car actually
     
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    Would the person with a 1969 parts book look up the moldings in question.
    Both
    Argent only on the lower? Are you sure
    White side moldings
    Post the pages
     
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    As posted above you could have both moldings, although someone may have added the bodyside to protect the car.
    It was also mention that the original 500 trim was black not argent. Those have been paint white, light argent or just polished.

    Originals (black)
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    Mine Polished
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    Alan
     
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    thank you!, i sold all my reference materials years ago
     
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    Better without the molding but with the pin-stripe......
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  11. polara71

    polara71 Old Man with a Hat

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    My 500 was white, with a black pinstripe. That was in 1984.
     
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    Any pics of that one Dave.......?
     
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    polara71 Old Man with a Hat

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    On my computer. Ive posted it here once or twice. I don't have internet in the house yet, too rural. Waiting for my Starlink Satellites to align :lol:
     
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    Looks like the seller ended the auction and started a new one, with the starting bid being the highest bid of the last auction, the buy it now price has been reduced to $27.5k.

    and we get a pic of the fender tag.........well kinda..
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    ayilar Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Indeed, the minimum ask went down from $18k to $17k on DM27H9D241455 (notice the missing digit in the eBay listing).

    Edit: the listing ended about half an hour after I posted.

    Did anyone manage to catch the yellow 1969 500 Polara 'vert that briefly went up for sale in Nevada on June 3?

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    Edit: The NV location was incorrect, DM27G9D198053 is actually for sale in Mexico.
     
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  16. polara71

    polara71 Old Man with a Hat

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    I did not and I look daily. Sometimes 2-3 times.
     
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    Here is another yellow 1969 Polara 500 'vert that we may have missed. DM27G9D129445 sold on Copart in DC almost 2 years ago, in August 2019.

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    68PK21 440.6bbl Old Man with a Hat

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    Seems to be using these large C-Bodies for a spray painting bench is popular today.
    I just saw this the other day (phew... took me awhile to find this again)

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    ayilar Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    well, DM27H9D241455 was listed for $39k this time, the eBay sale has ended. We got some more photos of the car for records, including two build sheets:

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    I am a fan of this combination. But then again I have never been accused of conforming.
     
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