Saturday, January 27, 2018

A Little Bit More from Cruise Martinborough.

My favourite Mopar is the 1970 Dodge Coronet Superbee.
This one a 383cid.

Another 383cid engine and with basically the same body in this 1969 Plymouth Road Runner.

Same body and year as above, but this time a Plymouth GTX with 440 cubic inches of  grunt.

I feel that some owners ruin their cars by being too outlandish with the paint, but this 1939 Chevrolet Master looks really cool in this colour combination, even though it is vastly different from what it would of had originally.

1961 Buick Electra is quite unusual, but very appealing.

1952 De Soto Diplomat is, I'm guessing, fairly much stock standard.

'68 Chevrolet Camaro has smooth lines...

...unlike this 1961 Chrysler Imperial with its separately mounted headlamps.
It is so ugly that I just love it.

Another Mopar B body car, this time a 1968 Plymouth Road Runner.

Chrysler introduced a new shaped B body for 1971 this is a Dodge Charger with that body.

Cadillac knew how to do rear fins.
This is a '59.

1960 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe.

1970 Holden Monaro  350 GTS.
I can remember when there was a great many of these on the road, but now what few there are fetch figures that are unaffordable to me.

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