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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: IMGTX] #2847638
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Always looking for more of course.
1968 Road Runner
1971 340 Duster
1991 Daytona tube chassis
Can never have to many cars.
See ya, Ken Michalik

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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: 1974 474 Duster] #2847696
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I'm not sure what the current count is between the projects and the parts cars. But I do know the last time I was at the DMV the clerk stared at the monitor and said, "You take up two screens!"


Wife says too many cars, liquidation coming soon......
Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: MONC] #2847739
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Originally Posted by MONC
Down to 1 and it will going soon...



That is a pretty wild looking car! I don't recall seeing it before...what are the details on it?

Dave

Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: IMGTX] #2847848
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Originally Posted by IMGTX
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.



Looks like a 1987 or 1988 ShelbyZ. In the second generation the offset bump in the hood meant it had a turbo.


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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: DUFFMAN] #2847911
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These I've all restored, minus the modern car of course. It does take some work just maintaining them, so don't know if more are in the cards. I would love to find a nice E-body convertible.

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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: 69_SIX_PACK] #2847929
11/18/20 01:01 AM
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Originally Posted by 69_SIX_PACK
Originally Posted by MONC
Down to 1 and it will going soon...



That is a pretty wild looking car! I don't recall seeing it before...what are the details on it?

Dave


No doubt, there's just something about them '71 Challengers. up drool Looks amazing MONC. beer


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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: 469runner] #2847936
11/18/20 01:29 AM
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Originally Posted by 469runner
These I've all restored, minus the modern car of course. It does take some work just maintaining them, so don't know if more are in the cards. I would love to find a nice E-body convertible.


Wow. How big is your garage?


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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: DUFFMAN] #2847965
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Originally Posted by DUFFMAN
Originally Posted by IMGTX
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.



Looks like a 1987 or 1988 Shelby Z. In the second generation the offset bump in the hood meant it had a turbo.


Winner! Winner! '87 Shelby Z. Turbo II Intercooled. 175-horse. Last year for no airbags, and I even swapped in the really cool 4-spoke Steering wheel Mother Mopar offered around that time. Everything works now from the A/C to the cassette deck. I'd love to keep it as when I was in high school in the 90's, THIS was the car you wanted. I lucked into it like I usually do, but, can't keep 6 cars anymore and since my Uncle died, I can't use the warehouse anymore for my junk.


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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: Grizzly] #2848055
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Originally Posted by Grizzly
Originally Posted by 69_SIX_PACK
Originally Posted by MONC
Down to 1 and it will going soon...



That is a pretty wild looking car! I don't recall seeing it before...what are the details on it?

Dave


No doubt, there's just something about them '71 Challengers. up drool Looks amazing MONC. beer


Thank you, definitely a wild bunch of options on this one.

Was lucky enough to get it from a private collector some years back.
It's one of only 3 original V6V R/T s that I have known about over the years ( anyone knows any others please let me know )
And the only one I know of with orange/black "houndstooth" interior. I think the combo is awesome.
As well it is a Formal Roof car, so one of about 100 R/T s noted with that option.
Also has wide front chrome trim, and also coded for front and rear rubber bumpers on the broadcast sheet ( if anyone has a set please let me know ! )
From what I am told you couldn't have rubber bumpers and wide chrome trim, but I have seen a 71 with both and is supposed to be factory but cannot confirm.
Interior optioned with Rallye gauges, AM /FM radio with console mounted cassette player with dictaphone and 3 speaker dash.
It's has the original 340 motor with A/C and a console automatic ( don't know any formal roof cars that are manual shift - but would love to know if any exist ) .


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No
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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: 1974 474 Duster] #2848084
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Originally Posted by 1974 474 Duster
Always looking for more of course.
1968 Road Runner
1971 340 Duster
1991 Daytona tube chassis
Can never have to many cars.

See ya, Ken Michalik
sweet runner! ever take it over to Hot Summer Nights? I've had mine there several times.

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Dave


1969 Plymouth road runner post 383 4 speed F8
1981 Dodge D150 360 auto
Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: basketcase] #2848158
11/18/20 02:10 PM
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Yes we have had many of our cars there. My Road Runner is about 3 blocks from where your picture was taken. It's right behind the courthouse, so easy & convenient for us to attend
Thank you, Ken

Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: 1974 474 Duster] #2848160
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Had an older gentleman call last fall. Said he saw my black "Detroit Muscle" Charger sell for $200k at Mecum and said he had some Chargers if I was interested. I told him I''m not that "Detroit Muscle". He didn't want to believe me so I asked a couple questions. Said he had about 30 cars. About 12 of them Chargers. Said he's 73 and his GIRLFRIEND said "you're no Jay Leno and that he should get rid of some of them". I asked if they were rough. He said no. All at least drivers. Said he had a 71 Challenger convertible and rattled off a few others. I Google mapped his house and it was a modest bungalow in the Cleveland area.

They are still out there.


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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: 71TA] #2848235
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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: Dartforforty] #2848311
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3 at the moment. '73 New Yorker, '80 Mirada and a '90 W-`150. 1990 doesnt feel that old to me really but is hard to believe is 30 this year.

Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: lilcuda] #2848332
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Originally Posted by lilcuda
Originally Posted by 469runner
These I've all restored, minus the modern car of course. It does take some work just maintaining them, so don't know if more are in the cards. I would love to find a nice E-body convertible.


Wow. How big is your garage?
The garage is 44 X 38. I've had 7 cars crammed in, with one on a lift. Never seems to be enough though.

Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: 469runner] #2848341
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I have just one. That is all I have room for and all I can afford to keep. My dream of having a 1970 Challenger R/T will never happen. It was gonna be my retirement car, but due to health reasons, just making it to retirement (just over 3 years from now) would take a miracle from God.

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1969 Super Bee, 383/4 speed


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Ive had this one for 48 yrs, I havent driven it sense the late 70s have 3 more mopars and 2 street rods too

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Re: How Many Vintage Mopars Do You Own Today? [Re: MONC] #2848448
11/19/20 02:55 AM
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Originally Posted by MONC


Thank you, definitely a wild bunch of options on this one.

Was lucky enough to get it from a private collector some years back.
It's one of only 3 original V6V R/T s that I have known about over the years ( anyone knows any others please let me know )
And the only one I know of with orange/black "houndstooth" interior. I think the combo is awesome.
As well it is a Formal Roof car, so one of about 100 R/T s noted with that option.
Also has wide front chrome trim, and also coded for front and rear rubber bumpers on the broadcast sheet ( if anyone has a set please let me know ! )
From what I am told you couldn't have rubber bumpers and wide chrome trim, but I have seen a 71 with both and is supposed to be factory but cannot confirm.
Interior optioned with Rallye gauges, AM /FM radio with console mounted cassette player with dictaphone and 3 speaker dash.
It's has the original 340 motor with A/C and a console automatic ( don't know any formal roof cars that are manual shift - but would love to know if any exist ) .


I can only guess that the reason your rubber bumpers are missing is because it looked so different with the wide hood molding? work shruggy Have a couple of '71's myself, hope you change your mind and keep yours. up


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