1966 BASE Coronet 2 door sedan
Owner: Moparts I.D. name 66hemi
This is a 4 speed equipped car which according to Galen Govier's
information is 1 of 11. It is a pretty bare bones car with no radio
or other options except the items that came standard with the Hemi.
The car was raced from the very beginning of it's life and has only
3600 miles on it. I have the broadcast sheet and fender tag for this
car. It is Medium Turquoise Metallic with Turquoise interior.
My car; 1968 Plymouth GTX
name, Dave Vraa
I've owned my GTX since the spring of 1981. It's a QQ1 [also known
as B5 blue] car factory 4-spd. Black interior, factory am radio,
power front disc brakes, Manuel steering, white side strips, 3.54
Dana. When I bought the car it did not have the numbers matching
engine in it. The clown that had owned it before had broken the
block trying to remove the heads. He did not know about the inner
row of head studs. The GTX had a '66 hemi with the '68 intake and
carbs installed when I got it. I drove it every day except in the
winter for 2-3 years as a work car. And generally beat the hell out
of it. It now resides in a corner of my garage waiting for me to
restore it one day. Dave
1968 Charger R/T
previous owner: Moparts I.D. 66hemi
NOTE: The below info was written when i owned this car which was
sold in February of 2004. I bought my car from the second owner
and have the history of the car back to day one. I know the selling
dealer, life history of the car and have the broadcast sheet, window
sticker and certicard for the car. It was purchased new by a man in
his 60s and has never been on the race track-YET. As of 8/03 I am
near completion of a total restoration of this 78,000 mile car. The
car is a console automatic and has all options EXCEPT power windows
and rear seat speaker. The car has the original engine and transmission.
1969 Road Runner
My wife Chris and I bought this car off ebay last year.It is a numbers
match car with the original metal.We stripped it down to bare metal
and are restoring it. I bought this car after dreaming about owning
one for about 33 years. I have been racing mopars for about 20 years
or so and decided after grenading my 67 coronets engine last year that
it was time to get my dream car. Our RR is F8 F8 in color it has
automatic in floor with console, mid grade interior 2 tone green. It
also has the rocker trim, and is 4 wheel drum brakes and manual steering
as well as in dash tach.The data codes are M25 N85 N96 R11 V7W A36 C16
C55 G33 J25 M21 E74 D32
Virgil & Chris Blevins
Car make: Was a Plymouth
Email address: HemiPwr83@aol.com (be sure to up date this if you change it.)
Name: Ryan Brutt / MrMopar83
I am looking for my fathers Hemi Cuda. It was a 1970 with a Vitamin C
paint job. Was a Automatice car. He sold the car in 1970 without the
engine and transmission. He then riveted the Shaker too the hood. When
he sold it around 72 it had a 383 and had a different automatic tranny.
The vin number is BS23R0B256753. I got the engine and tranny sitting in
my garage and I want to reunite them. Thanks and good luck
1967 Plymouth GTX
4 speed / Dana / 3.54 gears
Color: HH1 Deep Copper Metallic
Interior: Pearl White / Black dash / headliner - black / upper inside doors-
Power Disc Brakes
Purchase price : $250.00 with good running 440 installed
1971 hemi cuda
gy3 ,auto, billboards, 10k original miles, numbers match, restored owned by
Gary and Dan Pronman
Car make Cornet, Dodge '69
Car model R/T
First 7 digits of the V.I.N WS23J9A
Name Wayne McDaniel
Email address LJMcDaniel@AOL.com
First 7 digets of VIN: Tag MIA but have fender tag for proof of existance,
so RP23H6 is all I know right now (don't know at what assembly plant this
one was made at).
Name of owner: Chad Magee
Here is a link to my photos of my 1966 HP2
It was orginally ordered in Dark Green Metallic with a Black interior,
426 Hemi, 4-speed, Dana-60 and little else. It was built on Dec. 15, 1965
according to the orginal fender tag (rubbing is included in the photos).
The car was first found by a friend in a Kansas junkyard missing the door
VIN tag. He purchased it, stored it for a few years and then traded it to
me. The car will be restored, but the way it will be done depends upon
whether or not the orginal VIN tag can be found. (I am in the process of
obtaining the build papers that Chrysler Historical has for the car.) The
stamping on the underneath of the radiator support is: RICI502207. I think
that the second character is actually a P due to a light stamp mark, which
would correspond to the info on the fender tag. I have resently obtained
an orginal copy of the 1966 Hemi Owner's Manual for the car along with
other trim parts. The car was raced at one time, as the rear quarter
fenderwells have been cut in an attempt to tub the rear (which was never
finished). Also, the K-member was chained to the frame, a sheetmetal
cover was fabricated for the windshield wiper motor hole and of course
the wonderful hole in the hood..... Does anyone know how many HP2s were
produced and/or exist like mine and which assembly line was mine made at?
The 733 code on the fender tag under ABC decodes as the 426 hemi with a
4-speed. If it were an automatic, it would have had 735 there instead....
69 hemi Charger
XS29J9B automatic built 11/29/68. Car is T5 Copper, Tan interior ,White
stripe and Top. Options include Tach , hood lights, console ,wood wheel,
8-track, sixway seat, rocker moldings, disc brakes, ps. tinted glass and
remote drivers mirror.
Car is a project in process at this time. Please ad me to your list. This
registry is a great idea, I hope it gets off the ground.
69 Hemi GTX.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (hm)
760-985-4472 cell, call after 8pm, or if you have verizon, anytime!
One of 99 produced with A/T. Car is like new cond. Buckets with buddy
seat, 355 axle, redlines, very fun car!
4 speed, console, magnums, RS23J71
Joel Nystrom Hemi67GTX@yahoo.com
factory Super Stock 4 speed RO23J71
Joel Nystrom Hemi67GTX@yahoo.com
1969 Dodge Charger
A4 Silver Irid, Black interior, Black stripe, Black vinyl top, with the
following option codes:
U64 - F70 x 15 white line tires, E74 - 426 Hemi Eng, D21 - HD 4spd trans,
D58 - 4:10 Dana, V1X - black vinyl roof, V8X - black transverse stripe,
A34 - super trak pak, B41 - Front disc brakes, 511 - light map covering,
C16 - console, C23 - Rear armrest w/ashtray, C31 - headrest, F25 - 70 a/h
batt, J11 - glovebox light, J15 - cigar lighter, J25 - 3 spd wiper, J55 -
undercoating w/hood pad, M26 - wheel lip mold, N51 - max cooling, N85 -
tach, R22 - am/8 track, S15 - xhd suspension, S81 - simulated wood steering
wheel, W25 - HD stamped wheels
The car was restored from the ground up over the course of 10 years by
myself and has been complete for 2 years. Email Dougw@warwick.net
1968 Dodge Charger R/T
V.I.N : XS29J8
Email _ email@example.com
The basic option package: LL1 turquoise metallic, white interior, black
vinyl top, 426 Hemi, 727 auto, 3:23 open, stripe delete.
I'm working on a rotisserie-type resto. and will take liberties and
substitute the black vinyl top for a white one and add the stripe...
My website is: www.geocities.com/hemicharger2002/index.html
Car is yellow with black interior, 4-speed. Has p/s, pdb, R&H with reverb
Turbine Bronze,White interior, Auto, Power disc brake
Dark Copper, Medium Copper interior,4 spd, Power disc brake
1967 GTX RS23J71
Black, Black interior,4 spd, Power disc brake
Gold, 4 spd
Red w/ black interior
Auto, pwr steering
Missing original engine and trans, fender tag, build sheet (not yet anyway)
70 Cuda convert
4spd,rally dash,steel wheels,#s match
The car was painted in a custom paint scheme in 1974 and is still
wearing it with 65k original miles, Im keeping my eye out for some
cool wheels for it. Maybe torque thrusts or Keystone classics.
Sassy,black/blackCanadian Car, bought new in Montreal
auto,console,Billboards,vinal top,spoiler pkg,louvers,leather,
rally dash, 33k original miles, original condition,#s match
4spd,rally dash,PB,PS,15x7 rallys,#s match,23k miles was a drag
car but never tubbbed. Im restoring the car at the moment.
1966 Dodge Coronet 440
Randall Andra or Farmboy
My Hemi is a red 2 dr. hardtop with red bench seat interior. It
is a 4-speed with 3.54 Dana. It was missing the original engine
and tranny, when I got it. Still has most of the original paint
on it, and when put together, I am going to avoid repainting.
Body is solid, but interior will need door panels, carpet, and
1969 Charger 500
B5 blue, B4 blue int, currently has a 440 in it, dressed as a
Daytona, 7700 orig miles, disc brake car, 6 way seat
1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda
Numbers matching. This car has an amazing history behind it. I
just recently found one of the previous owners of the car after
thinking that I may have hit a dead end. Now I think I can document
this car back to the 70's.
1969 Dodge Charger 500
F8 Dark Green F8 interior, auto trans
65 Dodge Coronet A990 race hemi
It was built on 4 05 of 65 and
was shipped to Grand Spalding Dodge.
It is a dark blue (EE 1) automatic. It
was not raced in SS very long so it was not tubbed or caged.
It has a small bolt in hoop. I have the IBM punch card info from
Mopar. It is currently unrestored but together.
1968 Hemi Roadrunner
67 426 Hemi rebuilt by Ray Barton installed in this 1970 Dodge
Challenger R/T SE, JS29V0B, Orig. 440 Sixpack car, 67 426 Hemi
rebuilt by Ray Barton, 727 Torqueflite, Dana 60 4.10. Best ET
11.96 @ 113.9. I bought the engine first and was looking for a
hemi body but couldn't find one in my price range. I heard about
a 70 Challenger with a Dana that didn't have an engine or a trans
so I went and looked at it. It was the closest thing to a hemi
body that I could afford so I took it home and put the hemi in it.
YZ250FHEMI@comcast.net, Jack Parris
Original enginefrom a 69 Super Bee this man is trying to reunite
the car and engine. If anyone can help contact him at:
Engine from a hemi cuda. Trying to reunite the body and engine. The
last known owners name was Guenzel in 1982. It may have been a race
car because the block I have was stamped by the ramchargers with there
name and job #. If you have any current information contact me at
308 762 4746. I don't have an email address, I will also accept a
66 Hemi Satellite Numbers matching 4 Speed, White with black interior
RP23 WW1 P4X Plymouth-8-Satellite 2DR Hardtop
73 426 CU. IN. 2-4 BBL, W/4 speed
393 4 Speed Manual transmission
408 Sure Grip Diffeerential
421 Radio, Transaudio-AM
483 Bumper Guards, FRT & RR.
521 Glass, Tinted
536 Mirror, Left Outside-Remote
548 Sun Visors, Padded
557 Seat Belts, Retractable FRT & RR.
573 Steering Wheel, 3 Spoke-Sport Type
646 Emergency Flasher
48 7.75x14 Bluestreak Tires, Nylon
1966 hemi charger
.426,auto,mauve metallic,white interior.produced on april 21/66.26"rad,
lh remote mirror,bumperettes,console clock,pw steering,man drum brakes,
spinner type hub caps,canadian ordered car. car is in kelowna british
columbia canada.ps in the aug issue of mopar action,they featured two of
these cars and stated that they were the only two known,until now,this
is number three.thanks
1969 coronet R/T.
Car make: 1970 Dodge
Car model: Coronet R/T
First 7 digits of the V.I.N: WS23R0G
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Al Barlow
70 Dodge Coronet R/T 426 HEMI 4-speed (1 of 4) Matching #s
(2) Build Sheets. GALEN GOVIER HAS AUTHENTICATE THAT THE ENGINE AND
TRANSMISSION ARE ORIGINAL TO THE CAR. According to Musclecarclub.com,
the 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T 426 Hemi was the 15th rarest muscle car built
with production figures of only (13). When you break that down by
automatics and 4-speeds, the 70 Hemi Coronet is tied for 4th with only
(4) produced. THIS AUCTION IS FOR (1) OF THOSE (4) 4-SPEEDS. Here is
the web page confirming this information:
Additionally, I have been told by a Mopar expert that this particular
car was the 1st one built of the (4) produced. If it is possible to
make this car even more collectable, I have also been told that two of
the options that this car has, the V88 option (transverse stripe delete)
as well as the R22 option (AM Radio with 8-track), are both very rare
options and make this car even more desirable.
At the Barrett Jackson Auction on January 24, 2003, one of the other
(4) 1970 Hemi Coronet 4-speeds sold for $179,800. This should give you
an idea as to what other collectors feel the value of one of these
(4) Hemi cars is in today's market. Here is the Barrett Jackson site:
At this point, I have not touched this car. It is a matching numbers car
with (2) build sheets and the fender tag still intact.
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION RELATES TO THE HISTORY THAT I HAVE ON THIS
INCREDIBLY RARE HEMI CAR:
On March 02, 1970, the car was sold from Fremont Dodge in Fremont California
to Bernardo Ballesteros (owner #1) who lived in Fremont California. The car
was sold sometime in 1979 to Lane Rivers (owner #2). Lane Rivers owned the
car from 1979 till 1983 when he sold the car to Robert Cameron (owner #3).
Robert Cameron owned the car from 1983 till 2000 when he sold the car to Dan
Shinnick (owner #4). Dan Shinnick owned the car from 2000 till 2001 when he
sold the car to Clayton Keates (owner #5). Clayton Keates owned the car from
2001 till February of 2004 when he sold the car to me, Al Barlow (owner #6),
in Thomaston Maine. This particular Hemi car has resided in California its
entire life until I purchased it and transported here to Maine in February
of 2004. It was last registered in 1984, at which time it was garaged and the
engine was pulled. The car sat until 2000 when the owner, Robert Cameron, had
the engine rebuilt by Ronald Osborne. The rebuilt hemi engine was then
reinstalled back into the car. The car was then sold to Clayton Keates in 2002,
who continued to store the car until it was purchased by myself.
When I received my documentation from the previous owner Clayton Keates, there
were (2) letters from Roland Osborne to Robert Cameron (owner number 3). It
seems that Roland Osborne worked for Chrysler Power Magazine and/or Chrysler
Performance Parts Association. In the letter, he talks about rebuilding the
426 Hemi engine and states: "I have been gone for 8 weeks and can't tell you
for sure on a completion date. However, I am planning to do a Street Hemi
Restoration feature on your motor for the next issue so that will guarantee
that you will have the motor before the next mag." I assume he is talking
about the Chrysler Power Magazine. Also, Roland Osborne mentions who did what
to the engine when it was rebuilt.
Heads, valve job, pistons and block work were done by "Dick Landy;"
Balancing was done by the "Balance Shop;"
The crankshaft was repaired by the "Crankshaft Grinder."
Tear down and assembly by "Roland Osborne;"
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION RELATES TO THE DECODE OF THE BODY TAG:
202 SCHEDULED PRODUCTION DATE
02 2ND DAY OF FEBRUARY
A01 69-71 LIGHT PACKAGE $26.55
Glove Box Lock, Map/Courtesy Lamp, Reading and Dome Lamp, Glove Box Lamp,
Ash Receiver Lamp, Cargo Compartment Lamp, Trunk Compartment Lamp,
Hood/Fender Turn Signal Lights, Rear Door Dome Lamp Switch, Ignition
Switch Lamp w/Timer, Headlamp-on Buzzer, Headlamp Switch Lamp w/Timer.
A33 69-71 TRACK PAK $142.85
3:54 Axle Ratio w/9.75" DANA 60 Axle, Sure Grip, Maximum Cooling, 7-Blade
Torque Drive Fan and HEMI Suspension. Available w/426 & 440 Engines with
4-Speed Transmission Only! N/A with Air Conditioning.
A62 69-71 RALLYE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER $90.30
Trip Odometer, 150 MPH Speedometer, Instrument Panel Woodgrain, Tachometer,
Clock, Fuel, Oil & Temperature Gauges, Ampmeter, 3-Speed/Variable Wipers.
C55 69-71 BUCKET SEAT
D21 69-71 4-SPEED MANUAL TRANS-FLOOR SHIFT A833 $197.25
E74 69-71 426 8 CYL 2-4BBL 425hp RB FAMILY CODE $718.05
EF8 69-70 IVY GREEN METALLIC UPPER CHRYSLER # AY2EF8
EF8 69-70 IVY GREEN METALLIC LOWER CHRYSLER # AY2EF8
END END OF SALES CODES ON A FENDER TAG
D6X9 D TRIM GRADE DELUXE
6 BUCKET, VINYL
J25 69-71 W/SHIELD WIPERS-3 SPD/VARIABLE
L31 69-71 TURN SIGNAL LITE-HOOD/FENDER
M21 69-71 DRIP RAIL MOLDINGS
N85 69-71 TACHOMETER $68.45
N95 70-70 EVAPORATIVE EMISSION CONTROL $37.85
N96 69-71 CARB FRESH AIR PACKAGE RAMCHARGER DODGE $73.30
R22 69-71 RADIO-AM W/STEREO 8 TRACK 10 WATT $196.25
TX9 UPPER DOOR COLOR BLACK
V88 V8 69-71 SPORT STRIPES TRANSVERSE TAPE
8 69-71 DELETE
W DODGE CORONET
23 2-DOOR HDTP
R 426 2-4BBL HP 8 CYL RB FAMILY
G ST. LOUIS, MO. USA
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION RELATES TO THE DECODE OF THE BROADCAST SHEET:
THE BROADCAST SHEET DECODE WAS BASED ON INFORMATION FROM THE 69-71 MOPAR
BROADCAST SHEET DECODER MANUAL WRITTEN BY JAKE HARE
Series Header: F Series 1970
Line 1 and Box:
1 B030638 Job sequence number
2 202 278786 Vehicle Order Number
202 Monday, February 02, 1970 Scheduled Production Date
278786 Vehicle Order Number
3 WS Dodge Coronet B-Body Special Class
4 23 2-Door Hardtop
5 R 426 2-4BBL HP 8 Cylender Hemi Family RB
6 0 1970 Model Year
7 G St. Louis, Mo. Assembly Plant
8 184743 Assembly Plant Sequential Number
9 Y05 Built to US Specifications
12 Y14 Sold Car 1969 - 1971
Line 2 and Box:
1 74 426-2-4BBL 425hp V8 HEMI Engine
2 21 Heavy Duty 4-Speed Manual Transmission
4 56 3.55:1 Axle Ratio
5 1 Sure Grip
6 T87 F70 X 14 RWL Tires
10 D6 Trim Grade Deluxe Vinyl Bucket Seats
10 X9 Black Interior
11 TX9 Black Upper Door Color
12 V01 Single Tone Paint Scheme
13 EF8 Ivy Green Metallic Body Paint
14 EF8 Ivy Green Metallic Roof Paint
Line 3 and Box:
1 315 Non Power Steering Column Floor Shift
1 X9 Black Steering Column
1 1005 Non Tilt, Signal Lever
2 16 Simulated Wood Steering Wheel
2 TT Wood Grain
3 47 Horn Cap, With Wood Grain Wheel
3 X9 Black Horn Cap
4 56 426 Hemi Part# 2998956
5 86 Inlet Hose 70-71 426 Hemi
6 76 Dual Alt. Pulley 37 Amp Part# 3438176
7 16 7-Blade Fan Part# 2863216
8 70 Fan Spacer Part# 2806070 Torque
9 69 70 Amp Battery
10 88 Transverse Stripe Delete
Line 4 and Box:
1 27 Vacuum Fitting
2 112 426-2-4BBL 425hp V8 HEMI Engine
3 00 Carter AFB Dual Hemi Carburetors 4742S Front 4745S Rear
4 676 Heavy Duty 4-Speed Manual Transmission
5 36 Speedometer Pinion, Red, Part# 2538936
6 581 Propeller Shaft Code. B-Body Type 7290. Part # 2996581.
Length 50.96 Diameter 3.25
7 082 3.55:1 Axle Ratio Sure Grip
8 17 Last (2) Digits of Wheel Part # 3420978
9 EF8 Ivy Green Metallic Wheel Paint
10 17 14X6 Rims Part# 3420978
11 89 Standard Hub Cap Stainless Steel
12 94 1970 B-Body Hemi Frame
13 62 Ft. Sway Bar .88 IDA. Part# 2835862
14 56 B-Body Front Firm Ride Shocks
15 92 B-Body Rear Firm Ride Shocks
16 23 B-Body Front Drum Brakes 11"
Line 5 and Box:
1 781 Left Torsion Bar
1 780 Right Torsion Bar
2 794 Left Rear Spring 6 leaves
2 964 Right Rear Spring 5 Leaves Plus Two ½ springs
3 53 B-Body Manual Transmission Standard Brakes
4 21 B-Body Manual Transmission Standard Clutch
5 31 Emission Decal Part # 3512031 426 ci
6 68 Tire Pressure Decal Part# 3402067 F60x15
7 00 Left Exhaust 426 Hemi Dual Exhaust
7 70 Right Exhaust 426 Hemi Dual Exhaust
8 20 Left Tail Pipe 426 Hemi Dual Exhaust
8 09 Right Tail Pipe 426 Hemi Dual Exhaust
9 BM5 Low Car Height
10 51 Extra Part Numbers - Unknown
10 09 Extra Part Numbers - Unknown
10 84 Extra Part Numbers - Unknown
Line 6 and Box:
A 01 Light Package
A 33 3.54:1 Dana 60 Track Package
A 62 Rallye Instrument Cluster Package
B 11 11" HD Manual Drum Brakes
C 15 Deluxe Seat Belts
C 23 Rear Armrests With Ashtray
C 55 Bucket Seats
C 93 Carpet
Line 7 and Box:
F 25 70-A/H 440 Red Cap Battery
F 96 Oil Pressure/Temperature Gauge
G 11 Tinted Glass - All
G 41 Inside Day/Night Mirror
H 11 Front Heater With Defroster
Line 8 and Box:
J 11 Glove Box Lock
J 15 Cigarette Lighter
J 25 3-Speed Variable Wipers
J 31 Dual Horns
J 41 Pedal Dress Up
J 64 Instrument Panel Wood Grain
Line 9 and Box:
L 65 Ignition Switch Time Delay
L 72 Head Lamp On Signal
L 73 Seat Belt Unfastened Lamp
L 76 Heater Controls Lamp
M 21 Roof Drip Rail Moldings
M 26 Wheel Lip Molding
M 42 Front End Molding
M 46 Simulated Quarter Pan Scoop
Line 10 and Box:
N 41 Dual Exhaust
N 42 Chrome Exhaust Tips
N 51 Maximum Engine Cooling Less Fan
N 65 Fan High Capacity Torque Drive
N 85 Tachometer
N 95 NOX Exhaust Emissions Control
N 96 Carburetor Fresh Air Package - Shaker Hood
R 22 AM Radio With 8-Track
R 31 Rear Seat Speaker
Line 11 and Box:
S 15 Extra Heavy Duty Hemi Suspension
S 25 Firm Ride Shocks
S 31 Standard Rear Shocks
S 81 Simulated Wood Rim Steering Wheel
THE FOLLOWING IS GENERAL INFORMATION:
THOUGHT TO BE THE 1ST OF (4) 1970 DODGE CORONET R/T 426 HEMI
4-SPEED CARS PRODUCED.
PURCHASED NEW AT: FREMONT DODGE
FREMONT, CA. 94537-5006
THE PRODUCTION FIGURES WERE TAKEN FROM THE CHRYSLER CORPORATION
PRODUCTION OPTION CODE BOOK 1969-1971 FOURTH PRINTING JAN. 1996
WRITTEN BY GALEN GOVIER.
VIN YEAR MODEL BODY STYLE REMARKS AMOUNT *
WS23R0- 1970 CORONET R/T 2 DOOR HDTP 426-8 13 S
WS23R0- 1970 CORONET R/T 2 DOOR HDTP 4SPD 4 S
WS23R0- 1970 CORONET R/T 2 DOOR HDTP AUTO 9 S
* S SHIPMENT - USA ORDERED
VIN NUMBER WS23R0G184743
W DODGE CORONET B-BODY
S SPECIAL PRICE CLASS
23 2-DOOR HARDTOP
R 426 2-4BBL HP 8 CYL HEMI FAMILY RB
G ST. LOUIS, MO. ASSEMBLY PLANT
184743 SEQUENCE NUMBER
WS23 2 DOOR HARDTOP V8 $3,569.000
ENGINE CASTING AND ID NUMBERS AND DATE CODES
ID STAMPING 0G184743 MATCHES
CASTING NUMBER 2468330-2 MATCHES
CASTING DATE 5 19 69 MATCHES
ID NUMBERS 10 23 69 MATCHES
INTAKE MANIFOLD CASTING NUMBER
CASTING NUMBER 2780543 MATCHES
CYLINDER HEAD CASTING NUMBER
CASTING NUMBER 2780559 MATCHES
MOPAR CARTER AFB CARBURETOR ID NUMBERS
ID NUMBER FRONT AFB 4742S MATCHES
ID NUMBER REAR AFB 4745S MATCHES
EXHAUST MANIFOLD CASTING NUMBERS
CASTING NUMBER PASS 2780508 MATCHES
CASTING NUMBER DRIVER 3418453 MATCHES
CASTING NUMBER 2780987 MATCHES
DISTRIBUTOR ID NUMBER
ID NUMBER 2875987 NOT MATCHING
TRANSMISSION CASTING AND ID NUMBERS
CASTING NUMBER C 99129 H MATCHES
ID NUMBER 0G784743 MATCHES
REAR END ID NUMBERS MATCHES
ID NUMBER DATE 12 16 9 12-16-69
BILL OF MATERIAL 603109 2
LIMITED SLIP TAG USE LIMITED SLIP DIFF LUBE ONLY
RATIO TAG 3.54:1
ALTERNATOR ID NUMBERS NOT MATCHING
I DO HAVE THE ORIGINAL NEEDING TO BE RESTORED
STARTER ID NUMBERS NOT MATCHING
I DO HAVE THE ORIGINAL NEEDING TO BE RESTORED
TIRE TYPE AND SIZE
FIRESTONE WIDE OVAL - RAISED WHITE LETTER F70-14
MOPAR FACTORY SHIPPING WEIGHTS
DODGE CORONET R/T 3,573 LBS
ENGINE REBUILT IN 2000 BY ROLAND OSBORNE WITH THE HEADS, VALVES,
PISTONS AND BLOCK WORK DONE BY THE LEGENDARY DICK LANDY. TRANSMISSION
JUST REBUILT INCLUDING NEW SYNCROS. DANA 60 REAR END JUST REBUILT.
BREAKS JUST COMPLETELY REBUILT INCLUDING STAINLESS BREAK LINES. NEW
CLUTCH, PRESSURE PLATE AND THROW OUT BEARING. COMPLETE SUSPENSION
REBUILD INCLUDING TORSION BARS AND SHOCKS.
APPEARS TO BE ORIGINAL PAINT WITH ALL ORIGINAL BODY PANELS WITH DINGS
AND DENTS BUT VIRTUALLY RUST FREE WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SMALL AREAS OF
RUST AND SOME SURFACE RUST IN THE TRUNK. UNDERCARRIAGE IS VIRTUALLY
RUST FREE. STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL EXHAUST, MUFFLERS AND CHROME TIPS.
ALL ORIGINAL AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE CARPET.
THE HEADLINER DOES HAVE A RIP (WHICH I HAVE SEWN UP). DASH PAD LOOKS GREAT
AS WELL AS THE RALLYE DASH ITSELF. SMALL SEPARATION IN STEERING WHEEL.
Plymouth Road Runner
68 Road Runner, maroon with red and maroon int. All matching #'s, I
have the certicard and build sheet. Car now has mostly original paint,
but I may paint it soon. Never wrecked or rusted, super solid FAST Hemi car!
1966 belvedere II
It is without the hemi motor, looking for build sheet, paid galen good
money to find out more about this car and all he could tell me was it
was a special order car.it has the factory stock steel hood scoop and I
have located the original owner and he said it came that way and had to
go to the factory to pick it up cause they wouldnt ship a special order
car, looking for alot more info on this car, thanks
1966 HP2 SATELLITE
10 K ORIGINAL MILES. AA1 SILVER GREY, 4 SPEED. BUCKETS CONSOLE. IT HAS
BEEN PAINTED ONE TIME 20 YRS AGO . THE FOLLOWING IS ORIGINAL IN THE CAR...
INTERIOR, VINYL TOP. UNDERSIDE OF THE CAR (NON UNDERCOATED) ENGINE
COMPARTMENT PAINT . IT CAME ORIGINALLY FROM KANSAS CITY. MO. ONE MAN
OWNED IT FROM 1984 TO 1998 AND PUT ONLY 2000 MILES ON IT. THE ENGINE
RUNS GREAAT, DYNOED AT 360 HP. TO THE REAR WHEELS THROUGH STOCK MANIFOLDS
AND EDELBROCK 500'S ( ORIGINAL CARBS ARE REBUILT AND STORED) BOB. ...
905 476 1344. ONTARIO CANADA.
date on block 8/19/68 standard bore... Will sell if body is found and
owner proves it...Thanks Lee Pritchard
1969 Hemi GTX
Performance Hood Paint
White Lower Pinstripe
Power Disc Brakes
6 Way Seat
Rear Speaker with Fader
Bought in 1986 - Restoration finished Nov 2004 using mostly N.O.S. parts.
Mike Weirauch - Roseville Michigan
1969 Plymouth RR
Factory Black with white bench interior 4spd motor and trany were pulled
in the early 70's anvancouver, Wa. Recently rumored to have gone to the
San Diego area in a T bucket. Car was featured in Rare Finds by Jerry
Heasley. Any help on history or anything about this or these cars would
be greatlyappreciated. Lance Calstoy (360) 864-4744
1969 Charger R/T
Owner: Moparts I.D. boys3rt
Have owned car for 25 years
Color B7 with stripe delete
Auto, PS PDB w/ 3.23 x 8 3/4 Sure Grip
Hello from SWEDEN.
I have a matching numbers hemi Charger 69. It's vin number is
XS29J9B248443.(there are four hemi Chargers-69 in SWEDEN)
The car was B5 blue with white top and interior. Four speed, power disc
brakes, power steering.
The car comes from Florida, I think, and was imported to SWEDEN in
1974-5. It was already repainted black, before it was shipped to SWEDEN.
The car is taken apart for restoration. I have fender tag, but not the
buildsheet,must have been taken out in USA? None of the Swedish owners
have seen it.
The car has minor rust between rear window and trunk lid.
Maybe the car was a street racer, or was dragraced, there are some
damage on the front bumper, from a tow bar.
Do You know something about the car?
Best Regards, Kjell Mosell
Base Vehicle: 1966 Coronet 440 2-door hardtop.
Drivetrain: 426 hemi, 4-speed, Dana 60 w/ 3:54 final drive.
Complete car with all OEM pieces found in a Florida salvage yard.
Basically, it looked like the car was parked and forgotten with the last
registration tag being from 1972. The owner of the yard knew what the car
was so he wouldn't let it get separated. Very rough condition. Had it
not been a legit car it wouldn't have been worth restoring.
Rotisserie restored to like-new over a 4-year period and completed in the
fall of 2003. Since the car was so original, I used NOS parts where I could
and good used elsewhere. All work was done by me except heavy bodywork and
paint. I am not a restoration expert by any stretch, but I do know these
particular cars fairly well. While it is not a museum-quality restoration,
it will hold its own at any show and, more importantly to me, it fires right
up and has been very dependable when we've taken it on family outings.
Items of note:
Pretty basic really. The most interesting thing about my car is the paint.
It is a factory two-tone, code BA1 (silver with a black painted roof). I've
been interested in '66 and '67 Coronets for a long time and I've seen a
handful of two-tone cars, but this is the first hemi I've come across. Also
my car was a 'sold car', meaning it was ordered, with the only extra-cost
items being the 440 package, the drivetrain and the silver paint.
My e-mail is noted below. Thanks for the opportunity.
P.S: My starter is beginning to act up. You know of anyone that might have
an extra hemi 4-speed direct-drive starter lying around?Kent Wallace |
DaimlerChrysler Kokomo Transmission Casting Plant ?
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1967 Dodge Coronet R/T
Name: Rick Parker
Executive Vehical: Pw windows,pw steering,pw dsc brakes,2 cigar lightes,
rear speakers,rear antenna,redlines on magnum 500's the engine is 68
warranty block. Dark red met. with Black interior,console auto on the floor.
My car is a '68 RR
GG1 paint black interior
power disc brakes
tinted glass all around
transmission replaced in '76 right before I bought it
other than an engine rebuild, repaint and center section trunk
floor...unrestored. Interior completely original.
1968 Hemi Charger R/T
Name: Chris Perry
Car is 26,000 mile car missing drivetrain but is almost finished with
528 stroker. Car is paint code 331 spring special red with 4 speed trans.
Original motor is somewhere in California, any info leading to original
motor will be rewarded.
1969 Hemi Charger 500
Name: Chris Perry
69,000 original miles all matching drivetrain. 4-speed, 3:54 Dana.
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner
Name: Daniel Howard
COLOR Y4-SPANISH GOLD METALIC
OPTIONS: H2X-PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER 2 DOOR COUPE POST CAR
A87-ROAD RUNNER DECOR GROUP-BLACK INTERIOR
D21-FOUR SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION
E74-ENGINE 426 CID 2-4 BBL
G11-TINTED GLASS-ALL WINDOWS
G33-MIRROR-REMOTE CONTROL-LEFT OUTSIDE
R11-RADIO-SOLID STATE AM
U65-TIRES F70X15 RED FIBERGLASS BELTED
I purchased this car new in March 1969. The car was built for me and was
purchsed from Henry Howes Chrysler Plymouth in Ironton, Ohio. The car has
a total of 42,000 miles, has always been garage kept and still retains the
original driveltrain. Even though the car was in great condition i decided
to have the car restored to show condition this year. The restoration is
about 75% complete and should be ready to show in early 2007.
1965 Plymouth Belvedere A990 Super Stock
Name: Don Moats, Jr.
Shipped March 16, 1965
426 Race HEMI w/ auto transmission
1 of 17 made in color PP1 Ruby Red
Sold to Paddock Chrysler Plymouth in Florissant, MO. Bought by Grace Redman
for her then 16 year old son Tom Redman to drive. Don has fender tag plus the
IBM punch card info and documentation from Chrysler Historical Society. The
car needs to be restored. It's still wearing its 1968 paint job. The ar was
in Jim Schild's books, named Mothers Mistake and ran a blown, injected HEMI.
1968 Plymouth Roadrunner
I purchased this car in 1970 (when I was 18) without the original HEMI.
The first owner had damaged the engine and replaced it (and the K frame)
with a 383. I later installed a 1966 hemi (by refabricating the mount
brackets on the 383 k member) with a Lakewood scattershield and Hooker
adjustable headers. My wife and I drove the car this way for many years for
shopping, to church etc. as our daily driver. The car was eventually parked
sometime around 1980, with the intention of restoring it someday. Either time
or money never seemed to be available, so I eventually sold it in 1992 (during
a weak moment!) to someone who promised to give it the restoration that it
deserved. Later, a subsequent owner who was trying to trace the history of the
car phoned me, and asked for my mother. I quickly realized he was asking for
her because her name was on the ownership history (I had registered it in her
name as a teenager in case things went south with the business I owned at the
time). My mother always joked that she had the fastest car in town, even
though she never held a drivers license in her life! Anyways, I told this
chap that I would be interested in purchasing it back. He was not interested
at the time, but a year later he called, and we made a deal. Interestingly,
the ownership had only been changed once during this time, so there is only
one other owner listed on the title search since I first purchased it. During
the time he owned it the rotted floor and rear quarters had been
professionally replaced, and the car was treated to a coat of epoxy primer.
Another several years went by, and finally my car was sent to Muscle Car
Restorations in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin for a full restoration in the spring
of 2005 Here is a link to my car -
It will be completed in the spring of 2007 at a cost I am embarrassed to
admit. However, all work was performed to make my car as correct as possible,
with a couple of upgrades added for reliability (I intend to drive and enjoy
this car, as God intended). All of the drivetrain except the motor is
original. The motor, as well as the carbs, starter, alternator, distributor,
exhaust manifolds, etc. are all correct date-coded parts. I have the original
build sheet, VIN tag and fender tag, which were decoded by Galen Govier in
My Roadrunner is a bare-bones car, with manual steering, manual drum brakes, 4
speed, taxi cab interior, and no weight adding accessories. It has never been
in an accident, despite the 134,000 miles on the odometer. It was built to
spec's for export to Canada. If anyone has any idea what might differentiate
a Canadian car from a US one, I would love to know. I would also be interested
to know if anyone has any idea where the original engine might be, damanged or
otherwise, and possibly who the original owner and selling car dealership
were. (I expect the car was originally from the Kitchener, Ontario area).
Also, I would be interested in production statistics for an all black 4
speed coupe with silver/black interior built for export to Canada.
1971 Plymouth Duster
Name: Chuck McNelley
My hemi is a 71 Duster that was bought new in Longmont, Colorado
by Jim Grubbs. The car was an original slant 6, 3 speed column
mounted shifter. No options, radio delete, and white with blue
bench seat interior. Immediately upon getting the car home the
6/3 spd combo was removed and the transformation into a Pro Stock
Duster began. A 426 hemi was installed with a 23 spline A-833 4 speed,
scattershield and a Hurst RamRod shifter. The front inner fenders
were removed and replaced with Sox & Martin machine finished aluminum
panels. A Sox & Martin Dana with 5:38's and super stock springs were
installed. Battery was moved to the trunk and a 3 point lakewood roll
bar was added. The car had an offy 360 tunnel ram with 2 1000 CFM
Carter Competion Series carbs because at that time non factory racers
could not obtain the holley dominators. Hooker headers, roller cam,
milodon oiling system w/deep pan, and elephant ears finished off the
engine bay. Instrumentation was a Sun tach, oil pressure guage and
hood mounted fuel pressure guage. The car ran on 15X3 front and 15x10
rear Cragar SS wheels with skinnies up front and Firestone slicks.
Jim Grubbs and his partner raced the car for a short time at Continental
Divide Raceway in Castle Rock, Colorado. Before too long the partnership
broke up. Partner took the hemi and Jim kept the Duster and stashed it away
in his father's barn. I bought a 67 WO23J Coronet from Jim in the mid 80s
and noticed the Duster sitting in the corner of the garage. I asked about it
but it wasn't for sale. So I continued to ask everytime I saw Jim. Finally
in the summer of 2003 he caved and sold me the car. I got the car, original
front tires, original fiberglass deck lid, original tunnel ram and Carter
carbs, turned steel front inner fenders and the original S&M dana 60.
I have been acquiring parts for the car since I bought it. I've purchased
a D-5 aluminum head Pro Stock hemi, picked up a new set of S/S springs, a
period correct tach, a set of 15X3 Cragers for the front, a ramrod shifter,
scattershield and an aluminum 4-speed. I am always on the lookout for
correct pieces for the car. I now have a set of elephant ears, a correct
set of 68 S/S seats which the Duster ran in the day, a drive shaft, and a
pair of glass bumpers. I still have to purchase the glass front fenders
new and try to locate a "Grump Hump" hood scoop that is close to the original.
I have many photos from its racing days to get it right. My plans are to
assemble the hemi, all the machine work is done and parts bought, this
summer and mount the car on a rotissery to do the body work, what little
there is to do, over the winter. It is a relatively easy project. Still
has original factory paint and Jim's stripes and stars remaining. There
is no rust, the car raced in Pro Stock (I have pics in competition with big
names of the day) with the original spring mount locations, no roll cage,
and the frames were not tied. No wonder the car only got into the mid 11s.
But it is a ligitimate, documented 1971 Pro Stock Hemi Duster that I am
enjoying every minute of restoring. When the car is finished to it's
original glory, I'll make an appearance at Chryslers at Carlisle and the
Mopar Nats. I think any mopar guy who was around during the time will
appreciate the restoration. I'm not restoring it to race it today, rather
to document and display how it was really done when it was being done.
Thanks to Jim Grubbs for the chance.
1969 Dodge Charger R/T
4 speed trans.
DANA 3.54 Sure Grip
REAR Window Defrost
Power Drum Brakes
Black Vinyl Roof
Black bump stripe
Bucket seats with headrest
Just over 27,000 miles. All numbers matching. I have all the original part that
were ever replaced over time with one exception, the exhaust manifolds. I have
found 1 of the broadcast sheet under back seat a corner of 1 with tape on back
side of glove box.
This car was a hold over, it was sold in the spring of 1970 at a discounted price.
It was painted black with silver dust, keystone classics, Hooker headers and the
crap driven out of it until August of 1974 when it spit out a rod. Engine rebuilt
in early 1980s, then it sat for about 25 years. I had it freshen up in spring of
2005, breathin' hard that summer. Every year I learn a little something new about
the car, HEMIs, the cars history and its original owner.
1966 Plymouth Belvedere II HP2 Hemi
Name: Karl Klingler, Switzerland
- built December 8, 1965
- 25,138 original documented original miles
- complete owner history
- 2002 and 2003 ground up restoration
- the original 426 engine was completely rebuilt, balanced and restored
using original and/or NOS components
- the original A833 Hemi 4 speed transmission was also rebuilt
- the original Dana 60 axle, with a 3.54 gear, are present
- the body on this Belvedere is absolutely original, with all original
panels used during the restoration process
- the car was completely stripped, massaged to perfection, and repainted
in the correct HP 2 red
- all of the original stainless steel trim was reused, after being
straightened and polished
- all glass in the Belvedere is factory original glass, that was
installed in the car new
- all wiring harnesses were replaced. All weather strips, body mounts,
gaskets and seals were replaced throughout the car
- currently on the Belvedere is a REAL R0 hemi hood, with a REAL R0 hemi
- the original Inland shifter
- black vinyl interior completely
- this Belvedere II is a multiple national show winner, including First
Place at Mopar Nationals (twice) and First Place at the Holley NHRA
Reunion (out of more than 6000 cars)
- this Belvedere has been featured in the August, 2004 edition of Mopar
Action, and has also been featured on the Speed Channel
- a complete Galen Govier report, based on his personal inspection of the
vehicle, when it was located as an un-restored survivor in 2002
1968 Plymouth GTX
Name: Frank Messina
I have a 1968 Plymouth GTX paint code QQ1 = Electric Blue Poly with blue
interior and blue stripe. It has manual steering, power disc brakes, am radio
with tape player head rest, tinted glass and bucket seats and console. The
car has the orignal numbers matching engine. It is an automatic car that was
converted to a 4-spd with a dana in 1971. The auto trans was sold sometime in
1972. I am in communication with the last two owners. The first contact bought
the car from the original owner in 1971 and owned it until 1997. The second
contact owned the car from 1997 until I bought it from him in 2007. The car is
totally rust free, sold new in Albuquerque New Mexico and never left until I
1969 Dodge Charger 500
30,550 original miles. Color is dark green with black stripes, automatic
on floor, gold/green bucket seats, tinted windows, PS, PDB (front only.)
Styled steel wheels. Not running, missing original engine would like to
1966 Plymouth Belvedere II
Name: Jack Birchall
Jack is the original owner. Purchased new on 03/17/1966. Used to pull
a boat, an 18' Hallett flat bottom with 392 Hemi. Family car for years.
1966 Plymouth Satellite 2-Dr Hardtop
Name: Duke VanDeYacht
This is a matching numbers 426 HEMi, 4-speed, Forest Green paint,
black vinyl top and black interior.
1966 Plymouth Satellite
Numbers matching, 4-speed, triple black, fully rotisserie restored. This
car has been authenticated by The Chrysler Historical Collection and by
Jack Sharkey, a recognized judge of Hemi cars.
I am looking for a 1966 street Hemi correct intake manifold and the period
correct dual in-line AFB Carter complete setup to complete this manual
shift car (the car was delivered in June 1966).
1966 Plymouth Satellite
Name: Steve Grasso
It is a 4 speed original car, medium blue with medium blue vinyl interior.
Currently restoring from ground up. I bought the car in 1987 from a guy in
Ohio. His grandfather owned the car. The guy used the car daily to get to
and from work. Currently has 95,000 miles on it. When I received it it
needed a ground up restoration. I have the broadcast sheet, fender tag and
the warranty card. It also has the door jam vin tag with it. It is all
original except for the paint. Previous owner painted a crazy blue color.
Bringing it back to its original condition. I have been collecting parts
for it for years.
1966 Dodge Coronet 440
Name: Randy Burdick
This car is restored to original. All paperwork proves this to be original.
I have the Certicard, Broadcast sheet. 4-speed, benchseat, BA2 paint (silver
with black painted top), black benchseat, 3.54 gears. Anyone with additional
information on this car, feel free to e-mail me.
1968 Dodge Super Bee
Name: Richard Williford
2-Door Pillar Post
426 Hemi 2X4, numbers matching with original carbs and breather
Bench Seat, Column Shift with numbers matching 727 Hemi Torqueflight
8-3/4 Rear 3.23 Posi
Delete Rear Stripe
White with Black Interior and Green Vinyl Top
15" Red Line tires
Manual Drum Brakes on all 4 Wheels
Car still has fender tag and broadcast sheet
1968 Plymouth Road Runner
Name: Daniel Miller
Show winner, with original Hemi Orange paint, code 999, Y9 special order.
Fully de-coded. Never restored, but with extensive modifications.
Most of the vehicle is original and pristine, but now with a custom 426
Hemi replacing the 383; has Torque Flite, Dana 60, Gear Vendors, Cal Tracs,
Stockton wheels, and the best of everything.
Hemi components include: INDY heads, COMP cam, Mopar Intake, ProMax carb,
TTI headers and exhaust, Charlies, MSD, and lots of custom work.
1966 Dodge Coronet 440
Name: Gordon Archer
Gordon has owned this car since 1971, bought at that time with a burnt crank.
The engine was rebuilt by Gordon with new crank and two new rods. The block
was line bored and crank, rods and pistons were balanced in a professional
shop in Montreal. Gordon believes he is the third owner, he bought the car
from a person in Canada thinks the car originated in Connecticut.
1966 Dodge Coronet 500
Name: John Hesley
Ground up resto in 2003, all numbers match, 19,788 documented miles, Govier
decoded, "None More Authentic", automatic transmission and 4.10 gears.
1969 Dodge Charger R/T
Name: Douglas Lombardo
This car was purchased from Dependable Dodge in Lancaster California in
January of 1969. I have a copy of the original California title. It has
been restored once in 1990. I bought this car in 1998. The car is red
(was originally silver) on the outside with a black interior and a black
vinyl top. It has in it what I, and other knowledgeable people, believe
is a warranty block. It has the automatic transmission and the A32 Super
Track Pak option (made available to cars with automatics in January of
'69) consisting of a Dana 60 rear end with 4.10 gears. All of the normal
Hemi items are still with this car and the gusseting exclusive to the
Hemi cars are original and solid. This car spent a lot of its life being
flogged on the streets and when it was saved from a guy in Yuma Arizona
in 1989 it was obvious. It had the normal owner installed improvements
like shag carpeting, some sort of goofy steering wheel, various gauges
installed in various places, and the engine block and heads were where
the passenger seat was supposed to be. The car was otherwise pretty
solid being a southwestern car all of its life. It now leads sort of a
retirement life style in my private collection where it gets exercised
only when the weather is perfect. All Chargers from this era are such
nice cars to drive and credit should go to Chrysler, they really hit a
home run when they decided to put the elephant motor in them.
1970 Dodge Charger R/T SE
Name: Oddvin Rudningen
A833, Dana 3.54, FJ5 Lime
1970 Dodge Charger R/T
This is a burnt orange and black, white bumblebee stripe car. It has a
4 speed and a Dana rear. Everything is numbers matching, but while the
car has only 41000 miles on it, it needs a restoration; starting soon.
1967 Plymouth GTX
ORIGINAL ENGINE, AUTO TRANSMISSION AND REAREND;
ORIGINAL CARPET AND SEATS; CORRECT RALLEY WHEELS;
JUST FINISHING DETAILS OF RESTORATION
ENGINE BALANCED AND BORED .10 OVER WITH HIGHER PROFILE CAMSHAFT
FLOW TESTED AND DYNO TESTED AT 517 HP @ 6000 RPM
1967 Plymouth GTX
I have owned this car since 1980, Build Date is Sept 16 1966 at Lynch Road
Assy Plant, originally sold by Dick Green Chrysler Plymouth that was on
Gratiot Ave. in Detroit on Oct, 13 1966, original owner was Walter Reghi a
Detroit Police officer, Car came to Pueblo, Colorado in 1968 and went
through two more owners, one who was a school teacher at Pueblo High School,
in 1973 ended up in Aurora, Colorado, then it ended up in Conifer, Colorado
purchased by a Denver Police officer soon after that. Still with it's 1973
license plates on it when I purchased it for $400.00.
The car has it's complete original drive train, 426 Hemi, 4 speed, Dana 60
3.54:1 and was in very good condition body wise. The engine had a spun rod
bearing and the cylinder heads were off in the trunk when found. The last
owner wanted to pull the Hemi and install a slant six and use as an every-
day car since the body was in great condition. When I restored this car
back in 1986 no repo parts were available, so most if not all replacement
trim and other parts are NOS.
The original owners manual with Walters name was in the car. I did contact
Walter a couple of years back and was told by him, he use to take it to
Chrysler's engineer shop in Detroit were they tweaked some of the local
boys cars that prowled Woodward Ave like Jimmy Addison's silver bullet
GTX. They would work on it for him, probably in trade for no speeding
tickets. He had a lot of trouble with the inland shifter, no doubt, it was
a piece of crap.
The car is silver special buffed paint, 4 speed, console w/tach, power
disc brakes, power steering, AM-FM radio, rear speaker, both outside
mirrors, fender markers, clock, front seat shoulder harnesses (which
come out of the back seats) Black vinyl top and interior, Magnum 500
wheels with redline tires, Car has no stripes and since it is an early
67 car it has 1966 426 Hemi emblems, which are factory original to the car.
1968 Dodge Charger
45K original miles, unrersored with the original 4-speed HEMI drivetrain.
It is red, white vinyl top, and white interior. Build date is April 24.
The car is in very nice original condition.
1969 Dodge Coronet R/T
4:10 DANA, 4-SPEED, CONSOLE
1966 Plymouth Belvedere I
Factory 426 HEMI, automatic transmission, posi rear end, red exterior,
wine colored bench seats, black carpet, AM radio, and map light. All
original sheet metal. Back to stock except for torque thrust classic
wheels. Bought in 1977 from the 2nd owner; 1st owner not known.
1969 Plymouth Road Runner
Ordered by me in late 1968 and delivered to Bridgeville Sales Chrysler
Plymouth in Bridgeville, PA in spring of 1969. Raced as NHRA B/MP in
1970 running best elapsed time of 11.18 @ 134mph in Pittsburgh, PA area.
Sold to a gentleman from New Kensington, PA in fall 1970 - less engine,
transmission and Dana rear. Engine sold at that time to Arnell Miller,
mechanic at Southland Dodge in Pleasant Hills, PA. Engine replaced by
new owner with another HEMI and torqueflite. Car owned by second owner
until his passing in 2009. Car went to his estate. Acquired from family
by original owner in January 2012. Mileage, 7,945. Looking for original
Ordered with following options:
* Post Coupe
* B-5 Blue (still has original paint and remnants of race car lettering)
* Has 6 pack hood to clear magnesium cross ram and Holleys. The original
hood -- less cold air package -- is still with car)
* Mat black hood stripes
* 3.54 Dana
* No power steering or brakes (had drum brakes)
* AM radio
1969 Plymouth GTX
I just picked up a 67 GTX, Its a roller that has a Very good body and
lots of parts to restore, I have a line on a 67 hemi Drive train, that
I hope to bring them together.
1967 Plymouth GTX
It's a four speed. AA1 metallic silver. Restored to original.
Restored to look like the "SILVER BULLET", owned and driven by the
late Jimmy Addison, who ruled the street known as Woodward avenue.
1967 Plymouth GTX
Just bought this beauty from Joe Carroll at RK Motors Charlotte.
White/Copper. Original drivetrain. Motor was rebuilt by Larry Shepard.
Torqueflite automatic with a 3.23 Sur Track rear. It has PS 67 dated
steel wheels and original dog dish caps. This really too nice to drive.
1969 Plymouth Road Runner
1969 Plymouth post coupe RM21J9A244163 was ordered by me in late 1968
and delivered to Bridgeville Sales Chrysler-Plymouth, Bridgeville, PA
in April of 1969. Options were hemi engine, performance hood stripes
and AM radio. Standard with the manual transmission were 11 inch non
power drum brakes on all wheels and 3.54-1 Dana positraction rear.
Color option was B-5 blue (original paint still on car) with base black
bench seat interior, red line tires and "dog dish" hub caps. Sticker
price was $3980.70
More details: http://www.thehemi.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=4643
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1967 Dodge Coronet R/T
1967 Dodge Coronet R/T with 426 HEMI, gold in and out, and came equipped
with automatic, headrests, seat belts and shoulder belts. It now has only
11,000 original miles. It has been in several books, and it was also in
Muscle Car Review magazine.