Remember this Charger?? I wonder if any exist today

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    Geez, they were ugly!!
     
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    I think that's what makes them interesting today. Compare that look with the old 60's models or the new models and it's not even close, especially with that 'high performance' 4 banger :emotions34:
     
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    Ha, my (soon to be) wife had a 74 back in the day, deep gold with beige vinyl top. As an upscale Pinto it served its purpose. Front fenders rotted through above the headlights in 77. I put on a set of fiberglass one and sold it a year later. Gave her my 75 Monte Carlo to drive... ah, the good old days!
     
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    The late '70s and early '80s were a tough time for Dodge appearance-wise. And that was when I bailed and became a Pony-ack guy for a number of years.

    Hey ... my '77 Trans Am didn't have a lot of horsepower, but at least it looked good.
     
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    Yes, a tough time for Mustangs until the 1982 arrived with the 5.0L which was my first ever new 'off the showroom' car purchase ($9,616).
    There are always exceptions though as I still have a thing for this 1977 Cobra II from Starman. Not fast but i like it.

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    I liked that Cobra II ever since I saw Farrah climb out of it on Charlies Angels
     
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