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    Hope i did this one right.



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    It may just be an error on my end, but I think the Facebook ad may have been taken down.
     
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    The FB ad (in Colfax, WA) is still up and running. From the ad, we are told that the asking price is $1,200 and the following:

    "1972 Chrysler Newport Royal / 400 big block / 727 auto / Little to no rust / No title"

    AFAIK, this Newport Royal has been for sale in eastern Washington State since at least March. The latest ad (linked above) was posted a few hours ago, and it shows a recent sprinkling (or hosing) of the car at the exact location where a dry, dirty car stood in the older ads. Since we see a pic of the car on a trailer, it may well be that the new ad is by a flipper. Here are pics for records.

    The tag is not available, but from the look of the seats the car must be a Newport Royal Special Package: GK6 paint, V1L vinyl roof (remnants of which can be seen on the passenger side sail panel), and M3L3 parchment interior with cloth-and-vinyl split back bench seats.

    If someone could obtain and post a photo of the fender tag, that would be great!

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    At $1200 coming to a derby near you soon!
     
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    And that would be a shame. Even though it had a vinyl top looks like little to no rust around the rear window. That should indicate the rest of the car is solid.
     
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    I think the guy who posted it on the Marketplace is a derby guy.
     
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    Car looks great wet.
     
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    Possible 630 block already sold to a racer...
    230 if super lucky
     
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    Shame about that quarter. Unless you have passion for these cars. That will prolly be a death sentence for this beautiful beast.
     
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    That and no title
     
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    Forgot about that one. Some states a title aint hard to get. Some it's not worth the hassle.
     
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    the quarter could likely be brought back with hydraulic equipment
     
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    Virginia, no title, fuhgeddaboudit!
     
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    Man, there is my parts car if it's mostly rust free. Just need to figure out 1) explaining my absence to my wife as I drive cross country and back, 2) the hole in our checking account and 3) where to hide it on our .4 acres in town.
     
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