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This one is from Alaska...check out that front fender...there's a HEMI name plate on there.
I will admit owner was very cooperative with my request to take some photo's of this car, owner say's he knows
 he needs to do something with car but you know the story, they never do. When asked if he would consider selling
 car he said he couldn't stand to see it go down the road. I took these photos in August 2001, and it has not been
 on the road in probably the last 7 or 8 years that I can remember, I even remember going for a ride in this car 
back in the mid-to- late 80's with his grandson and it still looked and ran good back then.
Original owner '69 GTX that's sitting in his back yard going to waste, or should I say gone to waste.
 I'm talking serious rust here, quarters, trunk pan, rear glass area, that may not sound like allot but 
it's really bad. The car has a little over 100,000 miles on the odometer, still has matching number
 block, and transmission, Sandalwood Beige paint, black interior, black vinyl top, which the owner 
thought would be better removed to keep it from rusting underneath,
 look's like his plan backfired, also has a air grabber hood, auto. on column, bucket seats
'69 Dodge Coronet Superbee....check out the mill in it below:

This was originally a 383 car that someone added a 426 Hemi and lift off hood. This F8 hardtop is optioned 
with a wood steering wheel, remote mirror, 3 speed wipers, power brakes, buckets, console, auto and 
side scoops. It sports a 8-3/4 with 3:23 gears...yeah I was expecting a Dana too. These pics were
 taken in November 2001. Pretty hard to believe that this car is just sitting somewhere in Canada today. 
What a great project it would Bee!!!
More pics at: Canadian Version of Cars In Barns