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Default 1969 Charger Restored over a 20 year period, almost destroyed in a split second, but

Almost Destroyed, and Then Rebuilt and Restored


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Amazing comeback.Grim to Great is right.
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Great story. It's funny, people talk about how expensive first gen Camaros are but when you look at the prices of muscle-era Mopars (1968-1970/1) they're crazy. I would love to get an old Road Runner, GTX, Charger, etc., but anything decent is in the $30's-40 pretty easily. I guess it's a product of the number of (or lack thereof) nice ones left.
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I think this was in Hemmings Muscle Machines a few months ago,,
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I think this was in Hemmings Muscle Machines a few months ago,,
Yes, it's the same Charger... They did a nice job fixing her up.
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