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The <b>1968 Dodge Charger</b> and the 1969 Dodge Daytona. Two cars based off the same platform with very different personalities. These two old ...
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But there was a time when product placement hadn't been invented yet and movies featured the coolest cars out there. Nicknamed Trigger in the film, a total of four of these Firebirds were built specifically for the movie and all were damaged during production. Performance took a hit in the mid- to late- 1970s due to growing emissions controls and an oil crisis, but that didn’t stop Burt Reynolds and his mustache from having a good time in a 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am in "Smoky and the Bandit". These classic muscle cars were (and still are) badass in every way and were actually affordable during their time. After completing the film, Burt Reynolds - then at the height of his career - actually went out and bought Today, unfortunately, automakers and movie studios are more interested in marketing new (and usually expensive) cars whether they’re cool or not.
A: this place has plenty of them around,i have re-stored two chargers through this site,they also have the best prices around at the present time,good luck,,http://www.yearone.com/ (answered by dodge man on June 19, 200)A: try hemmings auto news try chrysler and charger club web sites and swop meets charger parts are not cheep regulator about 150 each or moore (answered by busnuttwo on June 19, 3107)
A: if its all there around 3000 bucks or more,probably around 3-5 grand depending on what all parts are their and what all is missing from it,if it has a clear title to it, it will sell,and it can be brought back to life with enough money patience and time,good luck. (answered by dodge man on June 19, 4734)A: You can look on Oldcartrader.com and other 'sites - it will have value for someone looking for that vehicle (answered by not 2 B fooled on September 08, 2009)
A: Scale model instructions will not help you. Consult a local auto body repair shop or surf eBay for a hard copy or a CD ROM. Just type in the car info and search what they have. Hemmings Motor News is also a good source. They also have a web site to search print ads. You can subscribe to he print copy. Try also Year One Inc, in Georgia. They too have a web site. Try to search for Mopar Restoration business on the web. (answered by Jeep Freak 81 on April 29, 2006)