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Green chargers

Started by 1BAD68, October 06, 2007, 09:50:40 PM

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1BAD68

I'm looking for pics of all the different shades of green that Chargers were available in from 68 to 71.
If your Charger is green please post a picture and what paint code it is...

F8

Just 6T9 CHGR

Chris' '69 Charger R/T


RTPTRON

TT1 Medium Green Poly

70charger_boy

RTP has the nicest green charger  :popcrn:

six-tee-nine

Well mine's F5 but after almost 40 years of nevada sun kinda faded..... :shruggy:

Greetings from Belgium, the beer country

NOS is nice, turbo's are neat, but when it comes to Mopars, there's no need to cheat...


69bronzeT5

I dont know what paint code this is but this 70 was at a recent show I went to :2thumbs:

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1969 Charger: T5 Copper 383 Automatic
1971 Charger R/T: B5 Blue 440 Automatic
1971 Charger Super Bee: GY3 Citron Yella 440 4-Speed

69hemi

F8, Baby!
http://www.69hemi.com
1969 Hemi R/T Charger
1969 440 GTX
1965 Hemi A/FX Plymouth
1964 Hemi Superstock Dodge
02 Ram
95 Ram

69bronzeT5

Wow man, beautiful 69 R/T!!!! :icon_smile_tongue:

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1969 Charger: T5 Copper 383 Automatic
1971 Charger R/T: B5 Blue 440 Automatic
1971 Charger Super Bee: GY3 Citron Yella 440 4-Speed

70charger_boy


69bronzeT5


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1969 Charger: T5 Copper 383 Automatic
1971 Charger R/T: B5 Blue 440 Automatic
1971 Charger Super Bee: GY3 Citron Yella 440 4-Speed

70charginglizard




Lizard EF8 Dark Metallic green
70charginglizard

70charger_boy


8WHEELER

 :2thumbs:
74 Dart Sport 360, just for added fun.

70charger_boy

Is that a photochop, Dan???

41husk

go on the off topic and there is a member that does photo shops of cars tell him what you want options wheels etc,  He did mine for the wana bee, helped me decide on painting the bumpers, color decals and stripes, right down to the wheels.  I would have never made up my mind without his help.  Oh and I went with sublime!
1969 Dodge Charger 500 440/727
1970 Challenger convertible 340/727
1970 Plymouth Duster FM3
1974 Dodge Dart /6/904
1983 Plymouth Scamp GT 2.2 Auto
1950 Dodge Pilot house pick up

70charger_boy

Quote from: 41husk on October 15, 2007, 11:30:29 AM
go on the off topic and there is a member that does photo shops of cars tell him what you want options wheels etc,  He did mine for the wana bee, helped me decide on painting the bumpers, color decals and stripes, right down to the wheels.  I would have never made up my mind without his help.  Oh and I went with sublime!

Yep, DS440 is the man!!!

69bronzeT5


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1969 Charger: T5 Copper 383 Automatic
1971 Charger R/T: B5 Blue 440 Automatic
1971 Charger Super Bee: GY3 Citron Yella 440 4-Speed

Highbanked Hauler

Quote from: six-tee-nine on October 09, 2007, 01:59:29 PM
Well mine's F5 but after almost 40 years of nevada sun kinda faded..... :shruggy:


It looks like its in good shape body wise :yesnod:
69 Charger 500, original owner  
68 Charger former parts car in process of rebuilding
92 Cummins Turbo Diesel
04 PT Cruiser

RTPTRON

Quote from: 8WHEELER on October 14, 2007, 11:51:53 PM
:2thumbs:

Hey Dan, that green charger looks a lot like your red car without the red paint.  I always knew you really wanted a green charger, ,,, right???

41husk

Green was a real populor color in the late 60s early 70s.  I think it would be interesting to see what % of chargers carried some hue of green?
1969 Dodge Charger 500 440/727
1970 Challenger convertible 340/727
1970 Plymouth Duster FM3
1974 Dodge Dart /6/904
1983 Plymouth Scamp GT 2.2 Auto
1950 Dodge Pilot house pick up

70charger_boy

Quote from: 41husk on October 16, 2007, 12:22:36 PM
Green was a real populor color in the late 60s early 70s.  I think it would be interesting to see what % of chargers carried some hue of green?

Post a pic of your green wannabe  :popcrn:

SeattleCharger

Quote from: 8WHEELER on October 14, 2007, 11:51:53 PM
:2thumbs:

Hey Dan, how's it going.   Where did you get that pic of the real real low Charger?   Is that thing hydraulics?  or can it drive that low?
thanks,
Nate


Why would you want anything else?  Just give me a Charger and I'll be happy.

SeattleCharger

never mind, now I notice its a photoshop,  :smilielol:


Why would you want anything else?  Just give me a Charger and I'll be happy.

70charginglizard

70charginglizard

8WHEELER

Quote from: RTPTRON on October 15, 2007, 10:41:44 PM
Quote from: 8WHEELER on October 14, 2007, 11:51:53 PM
:2thumbs:

Hey Dan, that green charger looks a lot like your red car without the red paint.  I always knew you really wanted a green charger, ,,, right???


:scratchchin:  A closet Green fanatic  :think:  UMMM Darn I let it slip didn't I, I will never hear the end of this one  :icon_smile_big:

Actually, a friend of Jim's slammed my car like that, I wanted a slammed car in the original red, but since he knew
my view on green 68's ''in teasing'' he only made me green cars  :slap:  but it is cool I think  :cheers:  That was 4-5yrs ago

Truth be told, I have had a green Dodge Power Wagon   :shruggy:  there I admitted it    :brickwall:
I had it to tow my friends Chevy's around   :nana:

This is an original 74 green, pretty crappy picture, it was 22yrs ago  :eek2:

Dan
74 Dart Sport 360, just for added fun.

41husk

Quote from: 70charger_boy on October 16, 2007, 04:28:57 PM
Quote from: 41husk on October 16, 2007, 12:22:36 PM
Green was a real populor color in the late 60s early 70s.  I think it would be interesting to see what % of chargers carried some hue of green?

Post a pic of your green wannabe  :popcrn:
Sorry Itried to post it but it tells me I have already got one on the site,  If some one knows how to post the link to that pic I would appreciate it.
1969 Dodge Charger 500 440/727
1970 Challenger convertible 340/727
1970 Plymouth Duster FM3
1974 Dodge Dart /6/904
1983 Plymouth Scamp GT 2.2 Auto
1950 Dodge Pilot house pick up

The70RT

I had a 69 a long time ago and it seems the colors I see now are not like the one I had. It was like a light green and was the original paint. I went to the 69 reg. link and they all looked different from mine Maybe the pics I seen was off some unless it is my memory that's off  :brickwall: I may have a pic but gotta find it.
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SeattleCharger

Quote from: 41husk on October 17, 2007, 07:38:26 AM
Quote from: 70charger_boy on October 16, 2007, 04:28:57 PM
Quote from: 41husk on October 16, 2007, 12:22:36 PM
Green was a real populor color in the late 60s early 70s.  I think it would be interesting to see what % of chargers carried some hue of green?

Post a pic of your green wannabe  :popcrn:
Sorry Itried to post it but it tells me I have already got one on the site,  If some one knows how to post the link to that pic I would appreciate it.

  Wherever file you have the pic saved, you have to change the name of it slightly.    Click once on the pic, then a second time a couple seconds after you clicked it the first time.   This should make the name under the pic be a box with blue in it that you can now change the name.
       You can change it from  "greenchargerpic"  to "greenchargerpica" or "greenchargerpic1",  doesn't have to be a big change, the computer will recognize it as a different pic.


Why would you want anything else?  Just give me a Charger and I'll be happy.

SeattleCharger

TripleGreen's car.


Why would you want anything else?  Just give me a Charger and I'll be happy.

six-tee-nine

Quote from: Highbanked Hauler on October 15, 2007, 08:05:39 PM
It looks like its in good shape body wise :yesnod:



Yep exept a shot trunk floor the rest is rocksolid....
But all my seat fillings are totally chewed up by the sun and the headliner fell apart when touching it....
Greetings from Belgium, the beer country

NOS is nice, turbo's are neat, but when it comes to Mopars, there's no need to cheat...


69bronzeT5


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http://moparconnectionmagazine.com/



1969 Charger: T5 Copper 383 Automatic
1971 Charger R/T: B5 Blue 440 Automatic
1971 Charger Super Bee: GY3 Citron Yella 440 4-Speed

charger_mike75

Mine was originally TT1 medium green and will be again when I get around to painting it. here's what it looks like presently.