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What a menacing duo.
There is really only one word that can accurately describe project cars like those.
That car is so good...
Takin the yacht down the coast some years back. Its an old nail but my favorite car.
My brothers 71 SF 383
My parents bought it new.
I have/had two C-bodies:
1. 1972 Dodge Polara 2-door hardtop; black w/green vinyl interior; 360 V-8, automatic, light group, road wheels. Ordered/bought new for $3500 in January 1972. (Traded in on 1973 Mustang convertible w/6 cylinder due to "gas crisis" for better mileage - regrettable, I know!)
2. 1969 Dodge Polara convertible; red with black vinyl interior & top; 383 2-bbl V-8, automatic, tilt wheel, cruise control (not working), Super-Lite, chrome grill surround upgrade. Bought as retirement present to myself in 2005 for $9500 & still own today.
My 1973 Imperial LeBaron. 115,000 miles.
There’s nothing like a dual quad. The sound must be sweet.
Here is a pic from las summer with new rims and tires.
I absolutely love this Imperial! The color combo is gorgeous and suits that car to a 'T'.
I missed the Rockville car show today due to unexpected obligations, but managed to get Poppy some exercise. Here she is, taking a short photo break amid the early fall foliage.
That's a nice pic!
So that's a hardtop coupe?
It's a regular 1972 Plymouth Fury two-door hardtop. There were no Fury coupes in 1972 anymore. What you might interpret as "B"-pillars are most likely the shoulder seat belts.