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Old 07-18-2007, 09:46 PM
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Junk yard car. What is this? Mopar? picture

roadrunner,coronet, i have no idea,, rotting away.
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I think it is a 69-70 AMC Javlin

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Old 07-18-2007, 10:08 PM
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69 charger.



68 had little round marker lights.

I'll bet the gas cap is covered up by that pie pan.

68-9 Road Runner had squarish taillights , angled some. (i had a 68 )



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Old 07-18-2007, 10:13 PM
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Ditto on the Charger. Could be a 70 though (I think?). I believe they had the same taillights as the 69s.

By the way, excellent choice of pics there Mikey.
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Yep, 69 Charger.
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Old 07-18-2007, 10:20 PM
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Ditto on the Charger. Could be a 70 though (I think?). I believe they had the same taillights as the 69s.
70 charger had bigger marker lights.

Roofline is different on the coronets.Google image search can make ID'ing this stuff real eeeasy. Even for an R-tard like me.

You liked that pic eh?

It's too bad it wasn't a 68.

I found an even better pic of one of those.
Coulda been it's twin.


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Good picture but....What's behind the Charger ?
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Good picture but....What's behind the Charger ?
Lately, everything looks like a 32 5 window to me ...filled roof, too
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Yup,,, 69,, No scoop's on the doors so It's not a 70. Hears my 69
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looks like a decent general lee project.....yeehawwww
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Picture of the back of car

The round taillights and the recessed rear window, plus the snap release for the gas filler tell me the picture I'm seeing is 1968 Dodge Charger.

I'll never forget it, I had one and should never have let it get away.
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The round taillights and the recessed rear window, plus the snap release for the gas filler tell me the picture I'm seeing is 1968 Dodge Charger.

I'll never forget it, I had one and should never have let it get away.
Whoops, there are two different pics here, must have gotten them mixed up.
Looking again the first pic has an object where the gas filler cap would be so I can't use that but the recessed rear window still suggests a charger, maybe a 69 or 70 judging by the shape of the hole where a marker light would go. With the taillights missing best way would be to get under the hood and record the VIN and any other numbers there.
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Holy freak'in crap!!!

I was concerned that the "Picture game thread" might die a sad and lonely death, there's hope for it yet!!

This tread has been exhumed fom the bowels of archive oblivion.

These are the Chrysler Valiant Chargers that we had here down in AUS in the mid '70s
They were also our first Highway Patrol cars.....



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I would have thought the LJ GTR's the NSW STP (Special Traffic Patrol) drove would pre-date the Charger.

Those GTR's were really XU1's in GTR trim.
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