Monday, September 23, 2019

Ram Rodder's Show "n" Shine 2019 (Mopars and Others).

Probably my favourite Mopar, a 1970 Dodge Super Bee with 383 cubic inches of grunt.
The similar offering from Plymouth was the Road Runner, this one also a 1970 and 383 cubes.
'75 Chrysler Valiant Regal Hardtop was a very Aussie car, with its Australian designed hemi six.

The Chrysler Valiant Charger was also a special car. Being developed and built in Australia, it was like no other Mopar anywhere else in the world.
This one is powered by the 318 V8.

2005 Chrysler 300C. I've always liked these, nothing else looks quite like them.

'66 Plymouth Fury is not often seen as a 4 door sedan in NZ.
There is some resemblance to Australian Valiants from certain angles.
Just like the previously shown Valiant Charger, it is 318 powered.

1960 Dodge 100 is a change from Ford F100s and Chevy C10s.

The fire service also had a display with these Scanias from out of town.

Mopar shares its space with a couple of Fords and a GM.

Tidy Norton Commando 850.
I rode one of these many years ago and at the time I wasn't that impressed. Although it was light to handle, I felt I was sitting on top of it rather than "in" it and its straight line stability didn't seem as stable as the 900 Kawasaki I owned at that time.

1937 Indian Scout 750 is probably a little too much before my time.

Nice paint on this Victory, but not really my cup of tea, but I have to confess I've never ridden one.

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