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Old 12-31-2014, 06:44 PM   #6916  
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1969 Z/28 Barn Find







This car was just recently found. It's a 21,000 mile, all original car. Yes - they are still out there.
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1966 Beaumont SD 396




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The SD stands for Sport Deluxe. That's the chrome script on the rear fenders:



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1970 AMX with optional E70x14 Redline tires




F70x14 RWL tires were standard on the AMX in 1970
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I don't think I've ever seen a '66 Beaumont. Very nice. I think, though, the emblems on the rear fender read Sport Deluxe.
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I don't think I've ever seen a '66 Beaumont. Very nice. I think, though, the emblems on the rear fender read Sport Deluxe.
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1970 GTO Promotional Photo




NOTE: Redline tires were no longer available on the GTO in 1970, though they are shown in the original sales brochure.




G70x14 BSW tires were standard. You could order RWL or Dual White Stripe.
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1 of 5… 1967 Abercrombie & Fitch ‘Apollo’ edition Thunderbird Promo Photo


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Did you know . . .

The most expensive Muscle Car built (not including the ZL1 Camaros or Corvettes) was a 1971 GTX. It listed for $6592.75. It had a Hemi, a Sunroof and every option available with the exception of AC and Cruise Control (not available with the Hemi).




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The most expensive Muscle Car built (not including the ZL1 Camaros or Corvettes) was a 1971 GTX. It listed for $6592.75. It had a Hemi, a Sunroof and every option available with the exception of AC and Cruise Control (not available with the Hemi).



AFAIK, this 1971 Hemi Charger R/T is the second most expensive production Muscle Car with an MSRP of $6,304.60




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