Discussion in 'Wheels, Wings, Mud, and Water' started by jpdylon, Nov 17, 2006.
I suppose my AMC could fall under Mopar as well.
Love it. Got more photos you could post?
Even though Jeep was AMC at the time, i'm going to toss this in here as a Mopar.
Finally got my 1979 Jeep Cherokee Golden Eagle restore and i'm ecstatic!
more pictures here: http://imgur.com/a/DdJp5
I like that...
You got a 4-speed behind a 225 slant-six !
If you change the oil over to non detergent oil, she should stop burning oil ! But you can only use non detergent oil after that !
I know that engine very well, the firing order is....1, 5, 3, 6, 2, 4 !
Beep Beep. Wish I still had my '69 Roadrunner
I wish I had your '69 RR. It's beautiful.
In the fall of 1969 , my dad came home and handed mom the keys to our new family car . 440 RT Automatic .
These are pictures of what it looked like , but not our actual car .
Nice picture, love the background as well.
Seconded. If you don't mind sharing, where was that photo snapped?
The location is a US military veterans cemetery.
That element is quite clear in the photo, I was just wondering which cemetery; it's why I included "if you don't mind sharing" in my original query.
Wish it was!
My favorite new car when I was 15 years old. Cuda!
That car and one "like" which is mine. Shame. Beautiful car.
My brothers 68 rt with the 440
I recently upgraded...
Notice the skull? That is a control panel, 400hp nitrous and methanol shot
I remember looking through a car magazine when I was at High School and seeing a Dodge Daytona Charger, my friends and I drooled over the pictures for hours. I love the shape of the RT and the huge rear wing and wedge shaped nose really set it off, they don't make them like that anymore.
Very true, when I became old enough to drive, it was the mid 80's. The cool cars were long dead unless you got lucky and found a survivor.
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