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  1. Culvers

    Culvers Member

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    because I had no success with my search (black 70 Challenger with red interior) I have to expand it a bit:

    I am looking for a 1970 Dodge Challenger in FJ6 with white interior. I know there is one with a yellow side stripe and white vinyl top, 383.
    Or EK2, FC7 or TX9, always with white interior. It does not matter which engine or transmission. Should/must have a N96 shaker and no vinyl top (except possibly a white one).


    Also a 1971 Plymouth Cuda in GY3, FC7, FJ6 or TX9 would be nice. And again I prefer white interior (except possibly on GY3). Only with N96 shaker (I don't like the normal sport hood on Cudas) and should have billboards. No vinyl top would be nice (except possibly a white one). It does not matter which engine or transmission.


    No convertibles or resto objects.


    culvers@hotmail.de
     
  2. moparlee

    moparlee Well-Known Member

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    That's a lot of criteria. If you don't care about original factory specs, just go ahead and build exactly what you want. Good luck of your search.
     
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  3. Culvers

    Culvers Member

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    Must be original. Building by myself is to easy ;)
     
  4. Culvers

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    Who knows this car or the owner?
     
  5. MONC

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    Believe there is an article on this car in a Mopar Mag a few years back.
    Always loved this car. I think we have the same tastes too.
    Believe the car was in Canada from the article.
     
  6. Culvers

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    It's harder than I thought to find a matching car, so I have to expand my search a little bit...

    I think I could also live with black interior. But then there should be a white stripe or billboard or maybe a white vinyl top. I need a color contrast.




    Btw: triple black looks also great :D


    Enough budget is available :cool:
     
  7. MONC

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    Agreed, it's tough.
    From my experience it's hard to find exact option on a Mopar as they may so few less than other makes.
    But that's what makes them unique, and one of the reasons I love them. I like to have a model / options that no one else has ( at least in my area/region) . Don't want to be mistaken for another owner or car .
    That's why over the years my Mopar choices have been more and more restrictive ( and probably why I only have one now , lol ) .
    I'm okay with black interior, but it would depend on the other options the car had.
    I am big on contrast as well - on interior too, that's why I like the cloth inserts on the seats instead of just plain vinyl or leather. The seats on my current car are black with orange houndstooth inserts. It screams contrast , along wit the factory dayglow stripe , black top and other unique options.
    Got it out of the shop recently, but between the very rainy weather and other priorities I haven't even had a chance to get it inspected yet !
    Hoping by Memorial Day weekend I can get some drive time in.

    Yes triple black looks great too, and I've had 2 triple black cars ( 70 GTX and 71 Cuda Conv. with color matched rims ) .
    Gotta run, talk to you soon!

    Joe