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Snake Skin Green 69? BEHOLD!

Started by yeahitsgotahemi!, November 07, 2008, 11:25:17 PM

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Feel free to post any relevant picture you think we all might like to see in the threads below!

Charger Stuff,86777.0.html
Chargers in the background where you least expect them,97261.0.html
C500 & Daytonas & Superbirds,95432.0.html
Interesting pictures & Stuff,109484.0.html
Old Dodge dealer photos wanted,120850.0.html




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Martian R/T

You know I'm not a fan of green (wait a minute my Charger is green), but that is completely AWESOME! I love that color, the dealership that I work for has been trying to get a Viper that color, but Chrysler won't let them have one, were not special enough to get that color,(snicker :hah: snicker) That is a gorgeous car, good luck on the rest of the project from a fellow Arizona Charger owner. :2thumbs: :2thumbs: :2thumbs: :2thumbs:
                            1970 Charger R/T 440 Auto 3:55 Martian Green???


Oh, yeah, that jet ski!  :coolgleamA: I stare at that everyday for at least a minute, or more...

Yep, some close up stuff for ya. I'll post more as I progress.
"I don't advocate drugs, alcohol, violence or insanity to anyone, they just always worked for me"  - Hunter S. Thompson


I love those blackout door handles and fuel filler!!! Its awesome  :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


That color rocks, car looks great!


the red script on the fuel filler looks good too!!


Quote from: yeahitsgotahemi! on November 21, 2008, 08:55:40 PM
Quote from: THE CHARGER PUNK on November 21, 2008, 04:24:14 PM
that car would look sick with a c-500 grille  :drool5: n prolly cut a little weight off too not being anywhere as heavy as the hideaway head light grille :2thumbs: :coolgleamA:

I love the hide-aways to much to replace it with a 500 grille. The fiberglass hood shaved a ton of wieght off the front end, so the extra weight savings wouldn't be worth it to me.

Hey, Where did you get your hood from. It looks like it fits really good.


Heres a thread about the hood.,45610.msg498865.html

Company was called Glasstek. I found them through this site. I was very happy wih my purchase. Thanks you all for the positive comments. I should be purchasing some front stuff here pretty soon, so hopefully I'll be posting more in the resto thread I started. Stayed tuned.

"I don't advocate drugs, alcohol, violence or insanity to anyone, they just always worked for me"  - Hunter S. Thompson