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This '70 Road Runner I got when I was 14 for $50 with no drivetrain and the air grabber hood was swapped for a standard RR hood. I didn't get a job until I was 15 so I had saved 50 cents every day of school by getting just a shake instead of the whole lunch. I bought the white 300 for $300 after I had a job and put the 440 and 727 in the Runner... Damn was my Dad pissed, until I bought a rough '68 Newport 2dr and put the 383 in the 300.
The '68 Fury III was an exceptionally nice car inside and out. A friend's dad bought it at an auction and within about 6 months he overheated it and cooked the engine. He offered to sell it to me, but I only had $200 at the time. He said hell no and then came back a couple weeks later and took the $200.
Slabbies are the best!
I have a bad weakness for the '67-'68 Chryslers about equal to my weakness for the '68-'70 Plymouth B bodies. Unfortunately I really like the '57 Chrysler and DeSotos also. It would save a great deal of time and money to have a clear favorite... There are the '66 & '67 Plymouth Bs as well...
My 66 slant
This car is a spitting image twin to the 1968 Fury III I got in the mid-70's.
Think of this as time lapse from my others. Another step closer. Final pictures at Mopars in the Park? June 1?
Just put on my new 22" chrome wheels...well...not really, 15" steel...just the skirts left to put on.
Damn.... that car gets me every time.
Here are some photos I took this morning of a friend's 66 Chrysler 300.
A fun way to drive to work.
Could you tell more about that 66 Chrysler? It looks like a Newport with the front end of a 300.
Canadian-built 300s did not use the wrap-around tail lights like the US version.
Here is a comparison of the 2dr HT. Note the rear window and C pillar as well as the tail lights.