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1966 Hemi Charger in WA #2907391
04/06/21 06:17 PM
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Re: 1966 Hemi Charger in WA [Re: larrymopar360] #2907395
04/06/21 06:37 PM
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Looks familiar, as in being for sale some time back, maybe a couple years ago.
And IIRC that armrest was missing then !
Pretty nice looking car, though.

Re: 1966 Hemi Charger in WA [Re: topside] #2907400
04/06/21 06:51 PM
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I just don't like first gen.Chargers I would rather have a Marlin.

Re: 1966 Hemi Charger in WA [Re: 71GTX471] #2907405
04/06/21 07:06 PM
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Originally Posted by 71GTX471
I just don't like first gen.Chargers I would rather have a Marlin.
They aren't my favorite for sure, but I do love the interiors. I think they are probably a polarizing design. Marlin?! Oh no, I'll take the Mopar, but rather have a '69 Charger, or at least '68.


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Re: 1966 Hemi Charger in WA [Re: topside] #2907409
04/06/21 07:08 PM
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Originally Posted by topside
Looks familiar, as in being for sale some time back, maybe a couple years ago.
And IIRC that armrest was missing then !
Pretty nice looking car, though.
Maybe using old pics and found an armrest in the mean time laugh I'd guess the muted color doesn't help for most, although I like it.


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Re: 1966 Hemi Charger in WA [Re: larrymopar360] #2907453
04/06/21 08:46 PM
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I remember seeing this car listed last year.

I like the colors....but the body style would be a no from me. Ive never been a fan of the early chargers

Re: 1966 Hemi Charger in WA [Re: gtx6970] #2907462
04/06/21 08:55 PM
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I've always liked them, the Hemi is a plus, a bit high on the price IMO due to a few cosmetic items twocents popcorn

Re: 1966 Hemi Charger in WA [Re: TJP] #2907520
04/06/21 11:16 PM
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I like these cars, especially the interior treatments and dash illumination. 426 would be frosting on the cake! As for Marlins, give me the last year models which were on a longer wheelbase....looked much better.


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Re: 1966 Hemi Charger in WA [Re: larrymopar360] #2907525
04/06/21 11:30 PM
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Not bad money for an early street Hemi car whatever the body style. I like the early Chargers though,and a '67 440 four speed would be a cool find. cool

Re: 1966 Hemi Charger in WA [Re: RTSrunner] #2907575
04/07/21 06:55 AM
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My friend has 8 or 9 of them,three are 67 L code 440 magnum cars,two automatics,and a 4 speed car. One is a Hemi automatic car,the rest are 383 cars. He loves them,but they are hard to justify the cost associated with restoring them. I like to look at them,but I have never wanted to own one.


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