CARS IN BARNS
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Here is the pic of the "70 Daytona" my boss had, not much to the story. the pic was taken in the mid 70's
he was buying and selling mopars. he said that it was a 440 car and was probably the quickest
stock 440 car he drove, its the typical story husband didn't want to sell, came back later and talked to wife.
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The '68 Charger is something a guy had on side of the road, 383,727,a/c,
bench seat,8 3/4,very rusty - Shawn
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I think this is a '68 Charger.  It belonged to an old timer in Florida. 
He recently sold it for $1000.- J Kramer
My name is Jarek and I am living in Poland. Unfortunately in my country we also can find
rotten American cars. This year I imported from Canada my dream Challenger but I am still looking
for something more. I have found this car in central Poland - it is (it was)  '69 318 Dodge Charger,
blue with white roof. Owner of this car disassembled it 5 years ago and put under the walnut and ....nothing.
Here's a couple of pics of a 1970 Charger R/T I found here in southwest Missouri behind an old school house.
It is a "V" coded 440 Six-Pack car and still has the original 4 speed pistol grip shifter, disc brakes, factory tach.,
and 3.54 Dana.  The only major pieces missing are the intake and carbs.  The owner hasn't agreed to sell it in the
7 years I have been asking., I usually get the old "I'm going to give it to my son" answer.       - Brian
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