Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by F8Lstang, Jun 15, 2008.
here is an old one:
last summer my friend and I restored the body and painted this 71 convertable.
another one at the shop:
this summer's project:
Those old HEMIs are beautiful engines. Huge heads.
saw this when I was in Naples the other week.
i'm not really fond of the wire hanging off the front
the interior on that is really nice though, basic, but clean.
I like the exhaust pipes
I wish my neighbor still had his Hemi-Cuda.
Not a charger, but still a pretty badass Hemi.
Fucking car is sweet. Those Hemi TorqueFlite autos could take a beating; quite possibly one of the toughest auto trannies ever.
I remember seeing those (and 340/440 six-pack cars) on the street almost daily.
Those are the hood clips. They're not installed. The guy who owns it could just stick the clips in his pocket when he takes them off, though, the wire isn't really necessary.
I actually like that first old Challenger more than the new "modern reinterpretation", and it takes a lot for me to prefer a really old car over anything resembling modern.
1938 Chevrolet Sedan 2 door? (just guessing by the drivers side body line)