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Old 01-31-2013, 07:33 PM   #41
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this is a real picture taken of my brother and i. it was used in a local newspaper article about his shop. one of them is me! i'll let everyone guess which one is which!
Is that a 66 Charger?
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1967 Charger! the 66 and 67 had the same body and most of the trim was pretty much the same with minor differences. only two years they used that body style. 66 was the first year of the Charger and in 68 they changed it again. BTW he does have a 66 as well, along with a 66 Satelite.
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My cat that just HAS to be on my desk chair...All the time! Being he's here wherever I post here I thought I'd give him some forum cred.

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1967 Charger! the 66 and 67 had the same body and most of the trim was pretty much the same with minor differences. only two years they used that body style. 66 was the first year of the Charger and in 68 they changed it again. BTW he does have a 66 as well, along with a 66 Satelite.
I'm a long time Mopar fan. I have lusted after a 66 Charger since before I was old enough to drive. I got snaked on one many years ago and still think I"m bitter Had the 383 engine, man I love that motor!
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I'm a long time Mopar fan. I have lusted after a 66 Charger since before I was old enough to drive. I got snaked on one many years ago and still think I"m bitter Had the 383 engine, man I love that motor!
the 67 is an ongoing project of my brother. he and i started on it before his first daughter was born 14 years ago. it's been repainted in the original color, dark green metallic. it originally had a 383 w/ a 2 bbl, auto trans and single exhaust. it will still have a 383 with a 4 bbl, auto trans and dual exhaust. engine has been slightly modded, but not much, just a little larger cam and some mild head porting and such. it will retain the factory A/C, power brakes and power steering.

we both have enjoyed working on it when we have the time. just not enough time at the end of the day sometimes.
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