You’re right. We all have different tastes. I agree totally. The ‘67 - ‘69 notchback is definitely my favorite.
There weren’t a whole lot of the notchbacks in my neck of the woods either. And one of my buddies that ribbed me about my “Corvair” had a six cylinder Nova. Go figure.
No, sad to say all the photos of my ‘Cuda disappeared during a messy divorce. You can’t imagine all the times I wished I had just one good photo.
I’m with you. That roof line could be one of the best, if not the best, of all the classic 60s and 70s cars. We all have our own opinion like chucky pointed out, but it seems there are an awful lot of us that think that roof line is a winner. As to the whole flower power, “mod top” thing, maybe not for me. I leaned a little more towards the hard rock, beer drinking, weekend racer type guy. Frills didn’t fit me very well.
I totally respect your opinion as well. Like has been mentioned, life would be pretty boring if we all liked the same, exact things. I completely agree with you on the ‘66 - ‘67 Charger. To me those cars looked too much like an AMC Marlin. I have a soft spot for AMC cars, but the Marlin isn’t very high on my list. Granted the ‘67 Marlin was a great improvement over the ‘65, but I just never took a liking to them. So, yeah, the ‘68 Charger with that Barracuda notchback roof line was a much better looking car to me, too.