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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: hergfest] #2846924
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Down to 1 and it will going soon...

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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: MONC] #2846969
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Uhh, well I guess "Vintage" would be the 70 Sport Satellite . . . but soon I will have more as time goes by : 02 Cummins 2500 6spd short box (bought new, only 73k miles on it now, never winter driven), 04 Crossfire (bought new, only 22k miles on it now, never winter driven), 06 Magnum RT AWD (had since new, 134k miles on it, still like new!) . . . and a couple "other" cars . . . but might have to do a little "clearing out" to be closer to that elusive "retirement" . . .

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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: a12rag] #2847075
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1967 Plymouth Belvedere with 5.7 Hemi EFI
1968 Charger 383
1968 Charger 318
1970 Dart Swinger 340 clone
1970 Road Runner 383
1970 'Cuda 383 4-speed
1970 Barracuda convertible
1971 Barracuda
1972 Duster
1973 Dart

Most of the above are projects and I just spent a fortune on my dream garage so I'm going to stop buying for now and focus on what I have. The project for this winter is to get the '70 383 'Cuda on the road (as-is) for 2021.

Ed

Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: cudaboy340] #2847210
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Depends on what "vintage" you're talking about. I assume 1960s and 1970s. In that case I just have my 2 1972 Coronets. I know they're not very interesting to most people but they're the only cars from that vintage I care to own.

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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: DUFFMAN] #2847249
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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: MONC] #2847270
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Originally Posted by MONC
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take it with you Joe. Whereever you go wave

Carsten

Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: RustyMopar01] #2847300
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Too many and yet still not enough......

70 Challenger R/T Convertible.
70 Barracuda Coupe FM3
73 Challenger Rallye
73 Charger Rallye
74 Cuda
74 RoadRunner/GTX
74 Satellite (RR Clone)
74 Satellite
92 Stealth ( If you call it a Dodge)

My son has
70 300 Convertible
84 Daytona
86 Laser
92 Daytona IROC

And there are a few other toys.

I was planning on restoring them in my retired years but I doubt it will happen. Seriously looking at thinning the heard but it will be a year or two before I do.

Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: DUFFMAN] #2847306
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Originally Posted by DUFFMAN
Depends on what "vintage" you're talking about. I assume 1960s and 1970s. In that case I just have my 2 1972 Coronets. I know they're not very interesting to most people but they're the only cars from that vintage I care to own.


I'd love to have one of those. Best looking 4-door Mopars out there, IMO. up


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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: bobby66] #2847322
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Originally Posted by bobby66
Originally Posted by DUFFMAN
Depends on what "vintage" you're talking about. I assume 1960s and 1970s. In that case I just have my 2 1972 Coronets. I know they're not very interesting to most people but they're the only cars from that vintage I care to own.


I'd love to have one of those. Best looking 4-door Mopars out there, IMO. up


I didn't intend to have 2 of them, but a friend of mine offered me the closer one for a very reasonable price a couple of months ago. I bought it with the intention of parting it to restore the other but I couldn't bring myself to do it since it's a solid driver.


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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: fc7_plumcrazy] #2847367
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Originally Posted by fc7_plumcrazy
Originally Posted by MONC
Down to 1 and it will going soon...



take it with you Joe. Whereever you go wave

Carsten


No, sell it to me thumbs


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as long as you look good doing it!

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‘69 ‘Cuda
‘73 Vega GT
‘06 Mega Cab 2500
‘14 Mercedes-Benz SLK
Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: BloFish] #2847379
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One. And it's on the chopping block destined for a new home in the good ol' U S & A once all this BS is over with.

No real plans to get anything else as everything is just getting way too expensive. When even an A-body is tickling 40k, I'm sorry....
I'll have my daily, the Mustang and a couple AMC's. Truth be told, the cost of things and the lack of availability on parts is just getting to be such a downer that dare I say I'm getting near the point of being done playing with cars.

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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: RamblerMan] #2847396
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Interesting to read some folks words here, I just assumed everyone was like me...a complete nut job about picking up "shiny objects" lol, I currently have 4 street legal, 68 GTX, 76 Dually, 74 Stepside, 81 CJ7...one non street legal 67 Dart bracket car and three trucks in work 76 half ton factory BB, 79 SWB Power wagon, 80 SWB. Nope, I'm not a young man anymore but I've been goofing around with this stuff so long I don't know what the heck I would do if I quit...watch TV??? Nope, I'm not quitting...it's too much fun wading through barns, pastures and backyards pulling this stuff out up

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1968 Plymouth GTX 440 4 Speed Dana
1967 Small block Dart under construction (almost finished)
1974 Dodge P/U Long Bed Stepside 318 Auto
1976 D300 in work
1981 CJ 7
2016 Dodge Ram Hemi 1500
Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: RapidusMaximus] #2847436
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Originally Posted by RapidusMaximus
Interesting to read some folks words here, I just assumed everyone was like me...a complete nut job about picking up "shiny objects" lol, I currently have 4 street legal, 68 GTX, 76 Dually, 74 Stepside, 81 CJ7...one non street legal 67 Dart bracket car and three trucks in work 76 half ton factory BB, 79 SWB Power wagon, 80 SWB. Nope, I'm not a young man anymore but I've been goofing around with this stuff so long I don't know what the heck I would do if I quit...watch TV??? Nope, I'm not quitting...it's too much fun wading through barns, pastures and backyards pulling this stuff out up


I think this sums it up for me too... There's hardly a car I'd not be interested in, in some way. I have my wife drive on trips cuz my head is always swiveling, looking around in people's yards, see what shiny objects there are to see. I love visiting salvage yards for cars, parts, see what new "treasures" they have brought in.. So we have two Mopars, and my pay grade over the years has allowed us the privilege of indulging in exotic cars too.. but the method is the same:

Buy them distressed and fix them up to keep forever.
Cheers,
- Art

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1967 Satellite convert 383/4bbl, column 727, open 3.23
1975 Maserati Bora, US spec 4.9L DOHC hemi V8, 5-spd ZF man
1977 Maserati Khamsin, Euro spec 4.9L DOHC hemi V8, 5-spd ZF man
1982 Alfa Romeo GTV6, 2.5L SOHC hemi V6, 5-spd man transaxle
2007 Aston Martin DB9, 6.0L DOHC V12, 6spd man transaxle
Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: 67SATisfaction] #2847443
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Thank you all again and thank you all for sharing. Some greats rides and information here. Regarding the "vintage" definition I was thinking anything from the 1920s to late 80s or very early 90s. I think there was a guy here or two that collected Australian Mopars but, haven't seen much mention about them in a while.

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As far as vintage ive had a few roadrunners,charger,56 300B,coronets etc....pretty much memories and some parts now.The one fun toy is our blacked out 19 Hemi ram.Were just trying to get a house maybe something later..atleast were looking at houses with garages so atleast its a start!lol! drive


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Just have two (sigh) and one late model 'squatter' till I get my old GTX back.

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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: DUFFMAN] #2847540
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Originally Posted by DUFFMAN
Depends on what "vintage" you're talking about. I assume 1960s and 1970s. In that case I just have my 2 1972 Coronets. I know they're not very interesting to most people but they're the only cars from that vintage I care to own.


Wow ! Brings back memories . . .mom actually WON a 4dr Coronet at bingo way back . . . didn't keep it long, apparently cause my sis and I were "too close" and fighting in back seat on long trips !! LOL . . . even then I remember the car being a V8 (318 I am sure) and thinking how great it was - mom & dad used to have old Datsun stn wagon at the time . . .

Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: hergfest] #2847542
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Wow, cool stuff. Can we see the '74 Monaco please?

Somebody Bluemobiled it but its an original U-Code 440 ex-Washington State Patrol car. It'll go back to that eventually...its pretty far down the list at the moment.

Even though they BB'd it, I LOVE IT, because it's an actual U code Police Package! So many fakes out there! Thanks for pics!


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Originally Posted by DUFFMAN
Depends on what "vintage" you're talking about. I assume 1960s and 1970s. In that case I just have my 2 1972 Coronets. I know they're not very interesting to most people but they're the only cars from that vintage I care to own.
Definitely vintage, and super cool!


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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: RamblerMan] #2847606
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Originally Posted by RamblerMan
One. And it's on the chopping block destined for a new home in the good ol' U S & A once all this BS is over with.

No real plans to get anything else as everything is just getting way too expensive. When even an A-body is tickling 40k,


Love the Daytona. Turbo? I know the earlier ones had a grill in the hood if it was turbo but that year I don't remember.

If you look on Facebook Marketplace there are a lot of good deals. Some people need the money and because it isn't driven by people watching shill bidding on televised Auction shows the prices are more normal.

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