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I saw that on facebook... $25K He says he has $50k invested.
I'll see if I can find it.
My take is “Really Stupid”
At least he left the skirts on.....
Car has got to be suicidal.
Shouldn't be hard to get rid of the wing if someone wanted it.
So, you wake up one morning, walk into the garage see your Chrysler convertible and decide...."today's the day I put a Superbird wing and an air grabber on it"....
Gimme none of that coffee!
Just another "genius" spend 50k and sell for 25k.
AND it says "Fury " on the quarters?
Are there words on the wing around the Bee?
Hes got a Chrysler with Dodge and Plymouth enhancements...
Amazing what people will spend money on. $50K to create that and then you get tired of it and want to sell it.
Another one for the “Why?” folder.
He actually kept track of how much he wasted, I mean spent, on the thing?
Must have a very understanding wife to leave a record of actual expenses.
Hope he put the inner supports under the wing, inside the quarter panels, as the real SuperBirds had. So the quarter panel wouldn't "give" under the wing's downforce.
What else might justify the lofty price?
Looks like "scat pack" and the Dodge Bee in the middle. The air grabber functional I wonder?
It appears the STUPIDITY that he added can easily be removed, plus hood repairs/replacement. More money than brains.... good looking car otherwise IMO.
On the wing is a super bee image with beep beep written above and below the bee.
not my taste, but I'd be glad to get that wing.
The hood scoop issues have been around on Chryslers since I saw the first one on a Newport convertible at Mopar Nats in the later 1980s. Usually, they were fashioned after an existing Mopar hood scoop, so it was "all in the family". The old Direct Connection race manual statrted that it took 30 square inches of scoop openning for it to be effective.
It was not unusual to see the SuperBird wings, fashioned out of stiff cardboard, attached to the rear quarters of other brand cars, as a sort of "protection" against water-filled items which non-Mopars might received on the Saturday night Brice Road drives, during the Nats.
It is indeed REAL believe it or not. I saw it at my clubs first Mopar show this year
Yes, I believe it says "Scat Pack". On a Chrysler,