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awesome. chargers ect got nothing on the lines of that polara coupe.
1960 Desoto 4dr in Saskatchewan would have been mine ....
With a/c up there no less!! Amazing.
Me too! Only it was a then new '55 Desoto very much like this one. . .
Mine was 68 or 69 Coronet base model we had briefly in the mid 70's. It didn't have power steering and my brother installed a FM converter in it.
My first Mopar ride that I remember was a 71 Fury III 4 dr, light brown with dark green interior.
Actually @ayilar, my R8 car is in Missouri, I believe. I did not go overseas.
My first ever C-body ride was in my stepdads turquoise 67 Fury 4-door hardtop in 2015. I'm pretty sure that's what made me into the c-bodies is that car. As far as my first mopar ride it would probably be my b-body friends dark blue '66 HP2 Belvedere
Like this one?
Get rid of that stupid shifter thing WTF?
If that's not on your car then what's the wheel cost as is ? Restored?
I found the wheel. But that’s not Snow White — her interior is TX9 not EB3.
Couldn't tell in the photo .... and the way it was worded since the tires are on the car.
Yes the steering wheel you pictured is a 1970 steering wheel and the black plastic filler collar is present.
Got to add my two cents worth. Congrats, that is one beautiful ride. For the record, the first Mopar I rode in was my Dad's 1-year-old 1951 Plymouth. My first Mopar was a 1966 Fury 1 2-door coupe, Police Special (318-2 Medium Duty truck engine, heavy-duty A727A, big rear end). The first Mopar I drove was a 1967 D-100, the parts truck at Manning Motors, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, where I started as Parts Counterman in August, 1967. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone. Hope Santa is good to you all. I must be a bad boy; for many years, I have asked him for only one thing---a 1969 300 4-door, matters not which 440, but green on green with no vinyl top would be a bonus. No luck yet, but I'll keep hoping.
Interesting — your reaction is a perfect illustration of how two people can look at the same photo, see different things, and both think they’re right. Looking back at the steering wheel photo, I can see how you might have thought the interior of the woodgrain wheel car was black (with the photo giving an impression of blue reflections). The way I worded the post would have reinforced the impression indeed, so I see how you I may have led readers astray.
But nope, the donor is blue inside and out!
Welcome aboard from another member here in Ontario. I admire your taste in cars and colours but you have very specific requirements that might be difficult to fulfil. Over the last few years at our cruise night here in Grimsby we've had a green 2 door 71 300 show up a few times. A very nice survivor but I have no idea if he would consider selling.
I got a question for you on this Dave, is there a code on the fender tag that says the car has a wood-grain wheel, or is it on the broadcast sheet and isn't it code S81?
Not on the tag, it's on the BS