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'69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant #2821701
09/16/20 07:30 PM
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Central Florida
larrymopar360 Offline OP
I'm tired...Very tired.
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I'm not sure what I think of it. I admire the skills to build this this car, but the wheels don't do it for me, nor does the color really. I think I would like it better if it had widened steelies and original stripe. And of all things, the dash and HVAC controls look cheesy. The price might never cover the build, but good luck.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Dodge-Charger-6-2-HELLCAT-AWARD-WINNING-SHOW-CAR/284014148681?

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Facts are stubborn things.
Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: larrymopar360] #2821715
09/16/20 08:14 PM
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I understand the desire to join old school looks with new school performance but for that kind of money, you could buy a 2020 Hellcat Widebody and have a lot left over.

Mike.

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: moparmike1] #2821737
09/16/20 09:31 PM
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my own world
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and i want to go the other way a late model magnum with a 360 maybe a holley efi

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: theraif] #2821740
09/16/20 09:36 PM
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I like it overall for that type of build I guess.

Probably would have went with different seats and steering wheel.

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: Neil] #2821750
09/16/20 10:20 PM
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Silsbee,Tx
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I’d drive the wheels off of it. Body, wheels, stance looks great. Interior is weak however. I don’t understand cheapening out on the ac vents or using old style door panels with the modern seats and instruments. That part doesn’t flow to me for the price.

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: larrymopar360] #2821751
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Eastlake, OH
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If you're going to spend that much, might as well take it a bit farther. Can't believe the asking price even though these guys do some amazing work. No wonder it didn't sell at the Dubai auction. https://www.clevelandpap.com/reverence-1969-dodge-charger-hellcat/

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Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: doggs330] #2821821
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Needs to be a better color for starters, B5 blue F6 Green , and paint it to match the ENGINE BAY !


Mopar
Or
No
Car
Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: MONC] #2821826
09/17/20 09:30 AM
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The Center of Ohio
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I love the look of the bronze-ish car: color, stance, all of it. Especially that the body has not been butchered. Even has round, chrome mirrors. To me that green thing is an abomination. Different strokes 4 different folks.

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: MONC] #2821828
09/17/20 09:33 AM
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It's a dry heat
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the brown one the OP posted is cool. I like it


The green POS is about the ugliest car Ive ever seen ,

IMO only btw

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: doggs330] #2821843
09/17/20 10:34 AM
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Kirkland, Washington
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Originally Posted by doggs330
If you're going to spend that much, might as well take it a bit farther. Can't believe the asking price even though these guys do some amazing work. No wonder it didn't sell at the Dubai auction. https://www.clevelandpap.com/reverence-1969-dodge-charger-hellcat/

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Butt fornication ugly.

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: gtx6970] #2821845
09/17/20 10:38 AM
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at work
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A restomod Charger with no body "improvements"?

That's a huge win for MoparLand, my sincere thanks to the Builder. up

Nice car overall, I like everything about it. Should have went all the way with the modern interior, but I could still live with it.

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: Pacnorthcuda] #2822092
09/17/20 09:22 PM
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California
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Originally Posted by Pacnorthcuda
Originally Posted by doggs330
If you're going to spend that much, might as well take it a bit farther. Can't believe the asking price even though these guys do some amazing work. No wonder it didn't sell at the Dubai auction. https://www.clevelandpap.com/reverence-1969-dodge-charger-hellcat/

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Butt fornication ugly.


Yeah, that is hideous


It doesn't really matter whether you win or loose...
as long as you look good doing it!

‘65 A100
‘69 Barracuda
‘06 Mega Cab 2500
‘14 Mercedes-Benz SLK
Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: BloFish] #2822392
09/18/20 07:02 PM
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I prefer the 73 Ambassador "401".

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: JH23] #2822418
09/18/20 07:45 PM
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Grand Prairie,Texas
stumpy Offline
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haha some folks have no sense of taste.

Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: stumpy] #2822442
09/18/20 09:06 PM
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Far Northeast.
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Here’s our buddies that we’re building. No mods except, drivetrain, suspension, body strengthening upgrades.

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Re: '69 Charger w/Hellcat transplant [Re: mymcodebee] #2822666
09/19/20 03:59 PM
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Seattle
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Whack top Dodge
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The ebay one is cool.

Don't like the big puffy seats nor the steering wheel. Dash is kinda cool.

Problem with customs are that they can get dated very quickly.







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