I also see a very tempting Gun Metal gray 71 Challenger R/T coupe, but from a Dutch owner.There are two big Mopar collectors in Belgium (B&E-Body Hi end muscles usually). (…) Some (…) are at the same dealership currently, too as he is reducing the collection. (…71 Challenger vert )
I also see a very tempting Gun Metal gray 71 Challenger R/T coupe, but from a Dutch owner.
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The novelty wears off quickly.Maybe the car doesn't have the "staying power" for one owner?
That's an expensive drivetrain, cheaper to build your own. Be a shame to ditch a perfectly solid body because you don't like the colors.I'd pull drivetrain and ditch the rest. Shes hard to look at. Im sure its buyers regret for the re sales?
Big J it might be a case of I have a muscle car, now I need an Audi R8 to go with it and now even more than ever in Europe I need an EV. How much does a muscle car go for in Europe? Is it equivalent to getting an R8 or something special.Somebody correct me, but it seems like this is at least the third time we've seen this for sale in the last few years.
It always strikes me a little funny when I see a car with some mods get passed around. Is there something unseen that's wrong? Maybe the car doesn't have the "staying power" for one owner?
I lied, I'd have to put rims and RWL tires on it.I'd drive the hell out of it just the way it sits.
Agreed, it needs body-colored wheels and Fratzog dogdish caps.I lied, I'd have to put rims and RWL tires on it.
True, but if I had 60000 bucks to throw around, I'm sure I could get buckets and a buddy seat somewhere.Only downer for me is the bench seat, otherwise great looking car.
Nothing, especially if you were taking a girl out on a date.What's wrong with bench seats?!?
Took me 15 years to get a correct bench seat in my Polara, and I love it!
And I was just being a smart ***.Nothing, especially if you were taking a girl out on a date.
I was just saying that if I had money to buy this car, the type of seat wouldn't stop me.