Looks like the owner wanted to see what a Charger SE would look like with the divided bars in the opera windows removed. This is the result. Hope he saved all the parts to put them back on.Looks like whatever dented that fender also bent some suspension bits. Still a nice restorable project....wonder what engine is in it?
Shame about the damage, otherwise it's a real looker with those turbine wheels and the gold paint job.
It still has the triple opera window panel on the passenger side. From street terror to md size personal luxary car.
Actually now that I look at the last picture with a sideview, I realize it's too bad Chrysler didn't offer the 1971-74 Chargers/Satellites as convertibles..... Who knows maybe it would've been a waste of time & money. They probably would of never sold to well just like the 68 to 70 Cornet/Satellites convertibles....
Hmmmmmm. this old parked car is getting a bit....old? Has the supply finally run out?
They must be busy or the OPC PC crapped the bed.
Hope its just a minor tech issue and all is otherwise well in OPC land. Still my first stop online each day. See lots of interesting cars on the road most days but never have the time (not to mention a place to park) to document them. Get well soon, OPC server!
The driver side quarter glass reminds me of an airplane window for whatever reason. These things look especially mean by today's standards.I can easily see this parked in the lot of some shady motel stopover as the driver makes his way across the Southwest tailing some quarry. Nothing but an extra change of clothes and a few magazines for the mac-10 riding shotgun on this trip. CB antenna swaying in the wind like a metronome pendulum.
Hey guys! I'm definitely not out of cars to post, but my kids as well as my job at Clive Coffee has me busier than ever. I can't wait to carve out some more regular computer time for you guys, as well as some special trips to find new gold. Thanks for sticking with us, and keep the encouragement coming!Much love,Ben
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