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Greg Nelson's ACR...and his Hemi Daytona (yeah...no shit!) /images/graemlins/headbang.gif

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I feel light headed, Man those are sweet!!! :thumb:
 

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Snake Bitten said:
Greg Nelson's ACR...and his Hemi Daytona (yeah...no shit!) /images/graemlins/headbang.gif

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If it's a real Hemi Daytona, it should have 15" steel wheels with wheel covers or hubcaps. Those look like the 1967-68 vintage 14" Magnum wheels...that is unless they are repro 15" magnums.
 

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If it's a real Hemi Daytona, it should have 15" steel wheels with wheel covers or hubcaps. Those look like the 1967-68 vintage 14" Magnum wheels...that is unless they are repro 15" magnums.

Mark O...It's real...and it's only got 31,000 miles on it...
 

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There are many differences between a Daytona and a Superbird.

The Daytona was only made in '69 and the Superbird in '70.

The Daytona was an option on a Charger, while the Superbird was counted as
a separate car.

They don't share a single body part. The Superbird started life
as a 70 Roadrunner. It was then fitted with modified Coronet fenders,
and extended hood, nose cone, special windshield deflectors, and aluminum wing. The rear window was removed and a plug put in that would allow the installation of a smaller rear window. This window did not interupt the
aero effect of the car. Chrysler did not want to spend the money reworking
the body so they slapped a balck vinyl top on the car.

The Charger had overheating problems because the air intake for the
radiator was not angled sharp enough. This was corrected on the Superbird.

Bottom line is that they are both unique and beautiful cars and yes I do own a 40,000 mile Superbird Six Barrel. Sure wish it was a HEMI!
 

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RCViper said:
Bottom line is that they are both unique and beautiful cars and yes I do own a 40,000 mile Superbird Six Barrel. Sure wish it was a HEMI!

Pics or ban!!!
:thumb: True mopar guy.

Dodge = SIXPAK

Plymouth = Six Barrel

people always fawk that one up as well as calling "sure-grip" "posi-traction"
 

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One of my former employee's had a superbird. Something about the style was really wild. I never saw him drive it to work, but did have pass me one afternoon.
 
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