1970 Dodge Challenger.
I found this Challenger around London, Ontario. It was at an abandoned auto shop. It's primered, hood pins and looks like there used to be a high-rise
manifold through the hood. I don't know a lot about it because we didn't stop over and look at it. And I didn't know a lot about cars back then. I saw it in 2000.
1972 Dodge Challenger Rallye.
This is an original Sherwood Green, Challenger Rallye 340, console/automatic.
The car has been sitting for years in front of a house in Richmond, BC.
It's not for sale but he's apparently gonna fix it up for his kid. The car is still solid with no serious visible rust, yet.
1968 Plymouth GTX.
Here's a numbers matching 440 4-speed dana GTX that someone is hiding in their garage awaiting restoration.
1971 Dodge Challenger R/T.
Boy is this car COOL!? Hemi Orange 71 Challenger R/T. 42,000 mile unrestored, 440 SIXPACK, console Auto, 355 Sure Grip car.
Dealer Demo for Crosstown Motors in Edmonton Alberta with nearly every option! Factory 2 tag and broadcast sheet.
Factory rear window louvers!
Factory power sunroof!!! (1 of 27ish?)
Leather with 6 way,
front and rear bumper guards,
AM/FM Cassette FIVE Speaker!
15' ralleye wheels,
Dual painted mirrors,
WOW..LOOK at it!!!.....gone to Michigan BIG $$$$$