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Old 03-26-2012, 08:15 PM   #4411
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1970 440+6 Challenger R/T

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1969 Charger R/T with Rare J45 Hood Pins Option

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Did you know . . .

In 1969 Chrysler produced 2,128 Convertible Road Runners. This was the highest run of Chrysler Muscle Car Convertibles ever.

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Old 03-28-2012, 02:27 PM   #4414
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1966 383-4V Charger 4 Speed



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Old 03-28-2012, 02:28 PM   #4415
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1970 Chevelle SS454 LS5 4 Speed Convertible



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Asking Price = $139,900.00
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Old 03-28-2012, 02:49 PM   #4416
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In 1969, Chrysler offered the A12 (440 6 pack) and A13 (440 Dart/Cuda) option packages. They also offered the A11 option package (introduced 4/15/69):

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1970 Boss 302



HIGHLIGHTS

- Unrestored with 27,195 believed to be original miles
- Sold new February 14, 1970 at Latta Ford in Selmer, TN
- In October 1989 current owner purchased this car
- Current owner then sold it to Jacky Jones, in Cleveland, GA, and it has had a couple more collector car owners since
- Current owner bought the car back in February 2011
- Original numbers matching 302 CI V8
- 4-speed transmission
- Rear deck spoiler
- 3.50 traction lock rear end
- Shaker hood, sport slats, console, tinted glass, tach, smog pump, rev limiter, original wheels, trim rings and hubcaps with F60 15 Goodyear polyglas tires, original spare and blow up bottle
- Yellow with White rhino, Corinthian vinyl bucket seats
- Marti Report

http://www.mecum.com/auctions/lot_de...ow=89&lottype=

Dana Mecum's 25th Original Spring Classic Auction
May 15-20, 2012
This Lot scheduled to be sold SAT 2:10PM

Nope - they all didn't have the Magnum 500 Wheels. This car has the standard hubcap/trim ring wheels

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Judging by the '70 Boss 302 Mustangs we see at car shows these days, it would be easy to assume that nearly every one of them came with the optional Magnum 500 wheels. Actually, according to Kevin Marti's Ford production database, only 38 percent of the 7,014 '70 Boss 302s came from the factory with the chrome-plated Magnums; most had standard 15-inch steel wheels with "corporate" hub caps, which were rather plain-looking covers with trim rings. Over the years, many owners have replaced the hub caps with Magnum 500s.
http://www.mustangmonthly.com/featur...ang/index.html

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Old 03-28-2012, 11:21 PM   #4418
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How can you tell if a 1969 GTX or Road Runner has the Air Grabber option if the hood is closed?

The Hood Air Inlet "Screens" will be Rallye Red:







The Air Grabber Air Box also came in Black (The N96 Air Grabber Option was $55.30):




They are Black (no "screens" - just decoration) when the option wasn't ordered:







Here are a pair of reproduction Hood Inserts (no Air Grabber). The black portion would be body color (or semi-gloss black for the performance hood treatment) and the silver inserts would be black (again S-GB)



Here is an underside photo (original pair):



Hood without Hood Inserts:


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Chevy called it's 1969 Camaro ZL2 optional Ram Air Hood the "Super Scoop"



What did Dodge call their 1970 T/A Hood?

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Chevy called it's 1969 Camaro ZL2 optional Ram Air Hood the "Super Scoop"



What did Dodge call their 1970 T/A Hood?

The "SCAT SCOOP"

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Old 03-30-2012, 11:02 AM   #4421
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1969 Camaro Tail Lights




1969 Camaro RS & Pace Car Tail Lights



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Old 03-30-2012, 11:14 AM   #4422
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1968 L89 Camaro RS/SS Convertible (1 of 6)





Chevy built 272 L89 396/375HP Camaros in 1968. The L89 option was priced at $869.00 while the L78 option was priced at $500.00

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1969 L89 396 SS Camaro (1 of approx. 11)



Chevy built 311 L89 396 Camaros in 1969. The option was priced at $711, a substantial reduction from the 1968 price. As was the L78 which was priced at $316. But with the L78 price reduction, the number of cars built wasn't that much different. 4,575 for '68 and 4,889 for '69

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Old 03-30-2012, 11:34 AM   #4424
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1969 L89 Pace Car (1 of 12)





http://mecum.com/auctions/lot_detail...=FL0111-103122

NOTE: I don't know where the data is coming from for the 68/69 L89 Camaro Convertibles. Chevy didn't keep breakdown records for their cars like Ford and Chrysler did.
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Old 03-30-2012, 07:56 PM   #4425
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Mecum Kansas City, MO Spring Auction March 29-31, 2012

THURSDAY March 29 - Highest Bid Car:

1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350 CI, 4-Speed



DESCRIPTION

- This actual car was featured in “Camaro World” Magazine, April 2007
- Featured in Silver with a black vinyl top and Ivory houndstooth cloth upholstery with black and white check inserts
- L48 350ci V8 engine, 295 HP
- 4-speed manual transmission
- Hurst Performance Package*
- Race heavy duty suspension
- Standard Chevrolet SS package
- Rally Sport Package
- Complete nut and bolt restoration with photos of restoration
- Comes with original Protect-O-Plate

http://www.mecum.com/auctions/lot_de...w=113&lottype=

High Bid - $65,000 - No sale

* I believe (???) that means a Hurst Shifter and Hurst Forged Aluminum Wheels

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