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Feature Mopars

This gallery pays homage to Mopars that are truly weird or wonderful, some outright awesome, other downright woeful.

VE/VG

Check this out... A VE Ute with a VG Hardtop rear end.

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1969 VF Valiant Pacer Convertible

1969 VF Pacer Sedan, chopped up as a 2 door convertible.

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MR. NORM’S GSS 440+6 M-CODE DART

The 1968 440 M-Code Dart is among the most powerful muscle cars ever to cruise America’s roads and drive-ins. Mr. Norm’s GSS M-Code Dart is an American legacy. Only a few were built in 1968, and now Mr. Norm is creating a few more in a limited run.

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1969 Dodge Challenger Yellow Jacket

'69 Dodge Challenger Yellow Jacket

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1941 Chrysler Lebaron Thunderbolt

Chrysler Thunderbolt Concept Car - by LeBaron

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1970 Blown A/FX Dodge Challenger R/T

This 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T was a genuine Hemi car which survived in original mint condition for 41 years until the original owner sold it to Hank Reinhardt, the mad A/FX drag scene diehard.

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'El Regalaros Fuckchos'

This 1976 Chrysler Galant GD Wagon has been given the premier rubbish treatment thanks to a few specials at Supercheap Auto. It's all kinds of wrong and even gives the old Pine/Lime Splice a run for it's money in the 'piece of shit' department.

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1968 Dodge Topless Charger

The Topless Charger began life as a standard 1968 Charger R/T. Chief stylist for Chrysler Corporation Elwood P. Engel used the roofless Charger as an evaluation in styling, while a short windshield kept the debris from the occupants faces. In order to maintain a sleek clean image the door handles were removed and the rear seating area was covered with a roadster hard-shell boot.

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1964 Dodge Charger

Based on the 1964 Dodge Polara convertible, the Charger specialty show car featured cut down windshield, rollbar with built-in headrests, hood scoops; side rectangular exhausts ports, and a 365 horsepower, 426 cubic inch V-8 engine. The custom Charger rolled on Halibrand magnesium wheels were wrapped in Goodyear Wingfoot high performance tires.

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1965 Dodge Charger-II Concept

Dodge Charger II Concept Car: After its debut at the Chicago Auto Show from February 20 until 28, 1965, the design study toured several US auto shows and scored great success. The production version built from model year 1966 featured pop-up headlights which were hidden behind a full-width radiator grill when not in use. Otherwise only minor modifications had been made as compared to the show car.

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Dodge FliteWing, 1961

Dodge FliteWing, 1961

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1954 Dodge Granada

1954 Dodge Granada show car. According to the March 1954 issue of Popular Science, the Granada was the “…first car ever built on conventional chassis with a one-piece, all-plastic body, Granada even has bumpers, structural body members and body-attaching brackets of glass fibers. Car is 211″ long.”

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1953 Dodge Firearrow Convertible

Firearrow I (1953) was a true roadster. It was painted Red & Gray, while the interior was yellow with maroon piping. Wheels were full wheel covers and the body side molding wrapped all of the way around the car. It has dual headlights. It is on display at Petersen’s Museum – although the seats are now brown.

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1954 Dodge Firearrow II Convertible

Firearrow II (1954) was also a true roadster.It was a subdued yellow in color. It looked a lot like Firearrow I – except the body side molding didn’t wrap around the car, chrome wire wheels replace the full hub caps, single headlights replaced the dual, and Firearrow I’s split bumper was changed.

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1954 Dodge Firearrow III (Ghia)

Firearrow III (1954) was a 2-seater Sport Coupe, also called the Firebomb. It looked more like the first Firearrow but was more civilized. It was painted a light metallic blue. In 1954, it was clocked at 143.44mph at the Chrysler proving grounds with Betty Skelton driving. Dual headlights had returned.

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1954 Dodge Firebomb - Firearrow IV (Ghia)

Firearrow IV was a bright red convertible 4-seater with black and white diamond interior. It was also called the Firebomb. It looked most like a convertible version of the first Firebomb. It is now in the Blackhawk collection as a black car with black and white "tuck ’n Roll" interior.

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1968 Dodge Daroo I

Built by Chrysler as concept machines during the heyday of the supercar era. Shown here is one of the most radical of these factory one-offs, an A-Body machine called the Daroo I

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1968 Dodge Daroo II

The Chrysler-Dodge stylist had wanted a true roadster, so Daroo II had no top, no door glass, and no backlight. It seemed that practicality had gone out the window, or it would have if there had been any windows. A car that could have made the Duke Boys’ General Lee blow a gasket, Daroo II was only 42 inches high with a chopped, frameless windshield, and featured a 15-inch-wide air foil-molded roll bar that connected via lengthy pillars to the rear deck lid spoiler.

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The Wraith

1984 Dodge M4S Turbo Interceptor Read more @ http://www.allpar.com/cars/concepts/wraith-M4S.html (Excuse the photo Quality)

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1968 Dodge Charger III Concept Car

Decades before the almighty Viper was born, Chrysler almost produced it's first 2-seater roadster with the 1968 Dodge Charger III. The Dodge Charger III Concept was unveiled to the public in 1969 but after it was permanently bogged on a beach during a series promo shots, the idea was canned.

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1961 Chrysler TurboFlite Concept Car

The 1961 turbine powered Chrysler TurboFlite Concept Car was the last Exner era Chrysler concept vehicle. It is believed that George Jettson and his wife Jane conceived both their children, Judy and Elroy in the back seat of this 'space aged' Chrysler while heading down the interstate at 130 mph. Some say it's the deformed unborn brother of the 1961 Chrysler Imperial, but who can knock it's 'out of sight' lines

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The Flash

Its not bad enough that it had its roof chopped, but this was a VG Sedan Pacer to start with. According to the owner, its a show car. We all know what it is...... Its a Regals Gallery Feature Car.

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The Assyrian 'Splice Special Edition'

This VF Freestyler has it all: the style, the colour scheme, improvements from the factory such as hacked off roof and loads of extra 'Special Edition' badging. Don't get too close as the Latin music will have you tapping your Cuban heels, and rushing out to buy as much viagra as you can take!

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