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Definitely the best design from the '60s, the '68 Charger, no other muscle car comes close.
B7 to B5.
Daves 71 doesn't fit in as it is GB7 a different colour than the earlier (E)B5 used in 1969&1970.
But the Daytona seems to be Pretty dark. Pic was taken with clouded sky though.
F70-14 white walls may be correct otherwise it would be F70-14 redlines but only the broadcastsheet will tell.
YUP !!!!!! and she is still tucked away in my garage, I must say it's extremely frustrating for me to say the least.
No, it was a 1970 383 Charger 500 but the wing, opened up and rounded off fenders, hood, and nose, came off a Winston west car that was hit by Jack Mx Coy,s Hilton Charger. Bach flush window from Ted Jamak out of Texas.
super cool to do that. I've wanted to build a clone for years. perhaps some day...
I have not seen many of the real desirable mopars in person. The exception would be winged cars. For whatever reason there was several around here 20 years ago. All sweet. A very good friend of mine that grew up here told me about a Daytona on a car lot in the 80's it had a crunched drivers door and was $1500. He had the cash from his farm job. But his Dad made it clear that that no stupid ass dodge with a stupid ass wing would ever be parked at the family home for all to see.
He was an old school Studebaker man.
Here is one I ran across last summer...
From the ad:
Dodge Daytona Charger SE. 440HP Auto numbers matching Broadcast Sheet rare B7 Blue Blue interior nicely optioned Cruise Control PS PB AM-8 Track much more 1 of 503 and approx 15 SE Daytona's 89th built 68k 2k on freshened engine and trans proper care when in storage started regularly kept blocked up fuel changed twice yearly oil and filter yearly runs and drives like it should same owner last 35 years not mint but a nice car body rust and rot free never damaged never apart everything works serious inquiries from principals only Email: KvMoc@aol.com
Price $ 385,000
Maybe he can use the $385k to take an online English/Grammar course and learn basic sentence structure.
I'm sure it's B7 but the lighting makes it look more like B9.
Back in the day, around '79, Sammie and I could have bought an orange and white one. We couldn't come up with the $1900 to save our butts.
Bench seat, 383 4bbl. Pistol grip. Damn...
It had a 383 in it?
You would have not been able to get a bench seat in a Daytona Charger...or a 383...or a pistol grip. More likely a Superbird with a 383 in place of a 440/Hemi.
Sorry, but that's what it was. He could've blew up the 440 and put in a 383. Don't forget, it was 10 years old at that time and they were just regular cars back then so who cared. It definitely had a pistol grip and bench seat.