On Sun, 18 Apr 2004 03:53:03 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Actually, I diid more looking - that hood profile, except for the
scoops, is unique to the 1970 Coronet R/T and Super Bee. (split
Front fenders and rear quarters also seem to match. Rear quarters
could also be '69 Coronet. (if the :gills" are double scallops. The
hood scoops are NOT standard Super Bee
They are strangely remeniscent of a 71 Buick GS Stage 1.
Actually - I just found a picture of a 1970 Coronet R/T convert with
that hood - so I'd make it a '70 Coronet RT (440 or Hemi were the only
engine offered in this guise) with the rear fender scoops missing.
It's a Dodge, whatever it is. The rear fenders look like a Charger.
Might try one of their groups, but I believe that hood was offered on a
few Challenger convertibles, and didn't come with that car. Normally,
the Challenger had scoops like the car in the foreground. I'm really
just guessing. I was into Mustang's and Chevelle's back in the day.
It's a Mopar B body, which was shared between Dodge and Plymouth. It could
have been a Road Runner, a Coronet, a Satellite, or several other models,
depending on what bumpers, hood, and tailend were installed.
This was truly a generic automobile and typical of Mopar in the day, when
there was no difference at all between Dodges and Plymouths except
This car could have had any engine from a slant six to a 440 6 pack under
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