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68 Roadrunner..."no carpeting - just rubber floor mats & bench seat"
Posted by 454chevelle on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 9:48 PM
My plans are to build the 383 version of the `68 Plymouth Roadrunner . While
doing some research I ran across the following blurp:

"The interior was basic, a no nonsense bench seat and no carpeting - just rubber floor mats."

1-Are there any thoughts on how to replicate the rubber mats?

2-Does anyone know where I could find a bench seat for a `68 Roadrunner?

3-Does anyone have any reference pixs of the interior floor of a
Roadrunner configured like this?

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Posted by darkwanderer on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 10:11 PM
Their not actually mats. What Chrysler did was cover the floorboards with a vinylized rubber "carpet". It was installed by the factory the same way as regular carpeting.
Can only suggest you slightly sand the floorboards to remove carpet detail, but I've no idea on how to replicate the pebble finish. Then paint them in a satin. Won't be exact, but it'll be close. Also many of the "mats" were interior colored. i.e. blue interior, blue mats. etc.
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Posted by darkwanderer on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 10:18 PM
As for the bench seat, I've read of others who've taken the bench out of Revell's '54 Chevy Sedan Delivery and modified them to Road Runner specs.
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Posted by KRIS MORGAN on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 10:22 PM
For a bench how about Revells 70 Roadrunner seat?

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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 10:47 PM
I'm sure you wil get more info than this but, the one pic I have from a Mopar book shows a '68 with the optional bucket seats, two tone green interior and carpet.




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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 11:16 PM
454,
As James stated, the "rubber" floor mats were molded to look like carpet . Chrysler still does this on their econo, or lower line trucks. I have only seen the "rubber" floor covering in black, but it probably came in other colors as well.
Since the floor covering was kind of shiny, I would use Krylon semi gloss black. It has a very good resemblence to vinyl.
Contrary to what the book (paul59) says. There were no buckets offered in a Road Runner in 1968. Didn't the AMT '68 Road Runner kit come with a front bench? If you need one, let me know. I'm pretty sure that I have one to spare. The problem is that the AMT bench seat and the one from Perry's resin are the "premium" vinyl type not the "cheesy" pattern.
Also, remember that the low line Beepers used the coupe body (post roof).
Sometime around mid production in 1968, Chrysler realized that they would not have enough post bodies to fill all of the orders for this car, so they started to use Satellite bodies ie: hardtop with roll down windows, premium vinyl interiors, and Satellite deck lids that needed a moulding between the tail lamps. The Hurst shifter also replaced the Inland shifter on 4 spd. cars. More options were offered as well. The yellow car above represents one of those '681/2 cars.
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Posted by darkwanderer on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 11:58 PM
Walter, I speak from experence. My '71 bare bones Satellite coupe had the rubber "carpet". It was blue to match the interior color. But your probably right too, if all Chrysler/Daimler is putting them in now are base line pickups. Saving money by not having mutiple choises.
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Posted by DARKRAPID on Wednesday, February 9, 2005 12:02 AM
I have an older issue of the AMT 68 Roadrunner and mine came with the bench seat. Also the vinyl floor is a bit softer in texture than a carpet floor so I think it will be just fine if it is painted semi gloss. Is the bench seat missing from the recent reissue?? I know the body no longer has the molded in emblems that my older issue does.

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Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, February 9, 2005 7:51 AM
I took a bit of a different approach to mine. More of a '70's daily driver. Even did some weathering,if you look close you might be able to see some dust along the rocker pannels. I also replaced the molded in chrome head lights.
I really don't remember ever seeing any pics of a '68 with rubber floor covering. Is it possible that the mats are impossible to get now and the only choice available to a restorer is carpet??











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Posted by gratch73a on Wednesday, February 9, 2005 1:04 PM
NIce weathering in the engine bay Steve, looks real.
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Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, February 9, 2005 2:54 PM
Sorry Walter, I will not dispute what my book says. The picture clearly shows bucket seats with a caption stating that. Maybe its a typo?


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Posted by dag65 on Wednesday, February 9, 2005 5:17 PM
QUOTE: Originally posted by paul59

Sorry Walter, I will not dispute what my book says. The picture clearly shows bucket seats with a caption stating that. Maybe its a typo?




These were available in the Sattelite so maybe there in lies the confusion
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Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, February 9, 2005 6:16 PM
Paul59,
Don't always accept information as correct because it was in a book. I find gross errors in modern muscle car and drag race books all of the time. For example, a recent article in Hemmings Muscle Machines stated that the Christmas tree starting system debuted at the 1964 Winternationals, not so, It was first used at Indy in the summer of 1963. Bob McClurg, in his book DIGGERS, FUNNIES, GASSERS, & ALTEREDS states that Leroy Goldstein ran the first 6 second Funny Car run at Capitol Raceway, not even close, it was at NY National on Long Island. What I'm trying to say is, don't base your opinions on information gleaned from just one book or photo. As far as I know (and I was around at the time), bucket seats were not offered in '68 Road Runners of any trim level, however, Chrysler Corp. would very often build a car to a buyers request even though the item was not a "sanctioned" option. I distinctly remember working on a 1970 GTX that had bench seats and a column shifter, with a white painted roof and a special order (non Chrysler inventory) blue main body. We pulled the build sheet from under the rear seat, and sure enough, it had special order codes everywhere! So technically the buckets could have been ordered and installed before delivery.
I absolutely believe that Chrysler built '68 RRs with rubber mats other than black. I just said that I had never seen one. Sometimes you have to do a lot of homework if you want the correct info.
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Posted by Wayne Farmer on Wednesday, February 9, 2005 10:19 PM
You would be wise if you can to find a 68 or 69 brochure. The bench seat in the RR was plain with a vinyl bead near the top and bottom of the seat. Just sand off the texture on the kit seats. I'am sure the original 68 RR came with the bench seat not sure of the re-issues though. Seat were brown,blue and black and dark green. Not much to choose from. The 70 RR from R-M is 1/24 while the 68 is 1/25. Hope I helped and didnt confuse you more......Mopar to Ya........FARMER
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Posted by Wayne Farmer on Wednesday, February 9, 2005 10:25 PM
Steve if your restoring a B-Body RR from 68-69 or 70 you cannot get the rubber floor covering. The only thing available is the carpet. Do you remember the retail price of a new one? $2795.00 4 speed, standard steering and no options, but did come with red lines and dog dish caps. Mopar is now thinking of coming out with a 2006 Chrysler 300 ht badged as either a RR or Superbee with the price of $27950. Bare bones. I cant wait. of course it will have a Hemi. Hope this rumour comes true. FARMER
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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, February 10, 2005 10:52 AM
I never said I was a Mopar guru.


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Posted by BigTallDad on Thursday, February 10, 2005 11:14 AM
Back to the subject at hand... try painting over some masking tape to see if that's the desired texture. That approach works well for simulating a vinyl roof too. Experiment with the tape you use: the manilla colored tape is pretty rough, compared to blue masking tape

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Posted by gratch73a on Thursday, February 10, 2005 12:18 PM
QUOTE: Originally posted by BigTallDad

Back to the subject at hand... try painting over some masking tape to see if that's the desired texture. That approach works well for simulating a vinyl roof too.


That is does, looks great when your done!
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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, February 10, 2005 5:32 PM
QUOTE: Originally posted by Walter Frey

Paul59,
Don't always accept information as correct because it was in a book. I find gross errors in modern muscle car and drag race books all of the time. For example, a recent article in Hemmings Muscle Machines stated that the Christmas tree starting system debuted at the 1964 Winternationals, not so, It was first used at Indy in the summer of 1963. Bob McClurg, in his book DIGGERS, FUNNIES, GASSERS, & ALTEREDS states that Leroy Goldstein ran the first 6 second Funny Car run at Capitol Raceway, not even close, it was at NY National on Long Island. What I'm trying to say is, don't base your opinions on information gleaned from just one book or photo. As far as I know (and I was around at the time), bucket seats were not offered in '68 Road Runners of any trim level, however, Chrysler Corp. would very often build a car to a buyers request even though the item was not a "sanctioned" option. I distinctly remember working on a 1970 GTX that had bench seats and a column shifter, with a white painted roof and a special order (non Chrysler inventory) blue main body. We pulled the build sheet from under the rear seat, and sure enough, it had special order codes everywhere! So technically the buckets could have been ordered and installed before delivery.
I absolutely believe that Chrysler built '68 RRs with rubber mats other than black. I just said that I had never seen one. Sometimes you have to do a lot of homework if you want the correct info.
WF


the other Walter is right on this issue Chrsler did a lot of weird stuff especially when it came to a customer wanting a special order and having the money to pay for what they wanted...

With Mopars we've learned never to say never because about that time some odd ball car or truck will pop out of the wood work to say you're wrong with the buildsheets and other documentation intact to prove it etc.

most books do have errors... if in question it pays to ask a true Guru... like Galen Govier he documents original stuff and tracks rare findings too.

i.e. Mod-tops were only supposed to be available for 68 and 69 model years only... Here in Idaho a #'s matching slant 6, 70 Plymoth Duster, (first year of Duster fast back body so it was duster definate not a 69 valiant 2dr) with the "Twister" option and a blue version mod-top....

Most mod tops were seldom seen after 69 1/2... but Chrysler also at times used up dusty shelf stuff to get rid of it causing odball combos too

I too like Mr. Frey, have only seen the black pebble grain rubberized carpet/mat but believe gray was also used... my roadrunner had the rubberized gray & black trun matting which was simular..

to replicate one might use a flat black on smoothed floor board sprayed at greater distance to get a greater pebble effect .... let dry thouroughly then rub with finger tips lightly oil from finger prints will give a slight sheen to the high spots and low spots would stay dull..

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Posted by Tinker on Sunday, February 13, 2005 2:35 AM
Plymouth introduced the RR in 1968 as a B-body factory pure muslecar. It came stock with a 383 called a Magnum because it had a special cam profile, 440 crank, and a 650cfm carb.coupled to a 4-speed close-ratio trans. and a 3.23 ratio rear-end. It had standard steering and power-assisted brakes, and NO RADIO. The radio was a special order item. Weight was cut by using push-out rear quarter windows ( no crank mechanisms ), no insulation glued to the underside of the hood, and a thin ( about 2 mm thick ) rubber membrane on the floors instead of carpeting. This membrane was molded to fit and completely covered the floors in two large sections. The front section was bound under the kick plates under each door. The front edge ran forward up the inside of the firewall underneath the dashboard assembly. The rear edge was hidden by the front seat. The rear section took over from under the frontseat and ran back well under the rear seat cushon; it's sides were trimmed under the rear interior quarter panels. Both of these assemblies were molded to fit and the front one had a thicker heel pad on the driver's side. Both front and rear pieces were also molded to ride up and over the transmission tunnel. The only color this rubber floor covering came in in 1968 and 1969 was black. If you see one of a different color, someone changed it. I was in Viet Nam in 1968 & 1969 and studied every car magazine I could get my hands on researching the RR, Charger, and Dart. When I got home in Sept. 1969, I'd decided to get the Dart Swinger 340 with 4-spd. for it's power to weight ratio. In 1974, I bought a 1969 RR with a 383 and 4-spd. With all due respect, I never heard anything about a shortage of bodies for RR's causing MOPAR to use Satalite hardtop bodies. Never heard anything then or since. Of course, I'm not perfect and could be wrong, but Dodges and Plymouths were " my " cars. Oh, my 70 Dart also came with this rubber floor coveriing instead of carpeting. I almost forgot---The 1968 & 1969 RR's came with bench seats. Buckets weren't on the " options " list.
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Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, February 13, 2005 5:02 PM
QUOTE: Originally posted by Walter Frey

454,
As James stated, the "rubber" floor mats were molded to look like carpet . Chrysler still does this on their econo, or lower line trucks. I have only seen the "rubber" floor covering in black, but it probably came in other colors as well.
Since the floor covering was kind of shiny, I would use Krylon semi gloss black. It has a very good resemblence to vinyl.
Contrary to what the book (paul59) says. There were no buckets offered in a Road Runner in 1968. Didn't the AMT '68 Road Runner kit come with a front bench? If you need one, let me know. I'm pretty sure that I have one to spare. The problem is that the AMT bench seat and the one from Perry's resin are the "premium" vinyl type not the "cheesy" pattern.
Also, remember that the low line Beepers used the coupe body (post roof).
 Sometime around mid production in 1968, Chrysler realized that they would not have enough post bodies to fill all of the orders for this car, so they started to use Satellite bodies ie: hardtop with roll down windows, premium vinyl interiors, and Satellite deck lids that needed a moulding between the tail lamps. The Hurst shifter also replaced the Inland shifter on 4 spd. cars. More options were offered as well. The yellow car above represents one of those '681/2 cars.
WF


Sorry I never heard the part of body shortage ever... as to the Coupe/Sedan model usage vs the hardtop version...

Yes the swing out window did save weight by allowing for the deletion of rear window mechanisms but there is another factor here which was also over looked...

The post in the Coupe version hides a factory Cleaverly hidden rollbar while small in diameter, I am told it was solid like the sway bar on the front suspension... also added a little roof support and stiffened the body as well...

and the post configuration also reduces/reduced body flex for extreme acceleration usage...

I have stronger reason to believe that the stiffer body for racing use was the reason for lesser availability of the Coupe version... this style was approximately 2-3% of all b-body production period but easily makes cars able to meet the necessary requirements to meet Nascar, and or NHRA racing and other required production minimums for legal racing use in certain classes of racing

My 2nd car and 2nd Roadrunner to boot was a Tor-Red, special ordered Trac-pak, version with this body, the red racing stripe trans, cold-air induction, 3.91 posi, extra heavy duty leaf springs, largest radiator available (Hemi radiator) 383 engine..

I'm interested in where you heard the body shortage info...as I said even at our Mopar shows here I never heard any reference to it....

Idaho Chapter of Mopars Unlimited is the only car club large enoungh and having enough of a followint and resultant turn out to have Firebird raceway here tied up for a Mopar Exclusive weekend.. Needless to say many of my friends arer Mopa purist and are highly knowledgable on the subject... yet never heard the post cars production was shortage stuff...

Also as far as VIN Body Idantifier stuff goes....

all Roadrunners Vins started in 69 with

1 st digit R = Belvedere, Satellite body
2 nd digit M =Fury III or Roadrunner
3 rd digit and 4th one of 2 combos possible 21, or 23, for most b-bodies (exception was sport 2dr hard tops available in satellites and furys.. Hence the first 4 digits of vins for both styles ar below

RM21

or

RM23....

My first car was a RM23 and the tor-red car was a RM21 version

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Posted by Anonymous on Monday, February 14, 2005 8:39 PM
I will not claim to be the foremost expert on Road Runners or B - Bodies, but I have owned five of them ( 2 '68s, 2 '69s, and 1 '74) . I have worked on many of these cars over my 30 years in the auto business and as the owner of a Mopar performance and restoration shop (R/T Automotive, RVC, NY). I think that I may know a little bit more about these vehicles than many.
Regarding the statement of shortage of coupe bodies in '68. There was an overwhelming, and unexpected demand for Road Runners right from it's introduction. I was told by a Chrysler worker, that in order to fill those orders, Plymouth had to use the Satellite bodies. I interpret this as a shortage of coupe bodies since they could not fill the orders for the coupes. This "shortage" never amounted to be much of a problem as Plymouth was able to fill demand and offer a more "up-scale" product at the same time.
Tinker has a couple of facts incorrect in his opening paragraph. 383s did not use 440 cranks (Main journals are not the same size). The low block 383s were called Magnums because they used the same cam and cylinder heads as the 440 Magnum. Power brakes were not standard but optional. the radio was a standard option and not "special" order.
Weight may have been considered when the Belvedere bodies were chosen for the Road Runner platform but the real reason was, it was cheap! Buckets were not available in beepers in '68 but I know for a fact that you could get buckets in a 1969 bird. I have a '69 in my possesion right now and it has the original bucket seats!

Now, rammed 88, there is no roll bar or tubing of any type hidden in the b-pillars of any B-Body. It was not necessary for Nascar racing as those cars always had a full cage installed in them. Drag cars didn't have them either. I have no idea where this "urban myth" came from but if you can find a reference to it, I would love to see it.
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Posted by darkwanderer on Monday, February 14, 2005 10:34 PM
QUOTE: Originally posted by Wayne Farmer

Steve if your restoring a B-Body RR from 68-69 or 70 you cannot get the rubber floor covering. The only thing available is the carpet. Do you remember the retail price of a new one? $2795.00 4 speed, standard steering and no options, but did come with red lines and dog dish caps. Mopar is now thinking of coming out with a 2006 Chrysler 300 ht badged as either a RR or Superbee with the price of $27950. Bare bones. I cant wait. of course it will have a Hemi. Hope this rumour comes true. FARMER


I hope the rumors true too. But I supect that if it is, the Road Runner would be the Chrysler 300 (as Chrysler has assorbed all of Plymouth) and the Super Bee the Dodge Magnum.
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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, February 15, 2005 6:56 AM
I wonder if Chrysler would be willing to pay Warner Bros. the royalties in order to use the Road Runner name and likeness? Besides, the cable company that now uses the Road Runner name probably would not want to share it. I would expect to see the Super Bee name resurrected long before you ever see another Road Runner. But then again, you never know.
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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, February 15, 2005 3:51 PM
QUOTE: Originally posted by Walter Frey

I will not claim to be the foremost expert on Road Runners or B - Bodies, but I have owned five of them ( 2 '68s, 2 '69s, and 1 '74) . I have worked on many of these cars over my 30 years in the auto business and as the owner of a Mopar performance and restoration shop (R/T Automotive, RVC, NY). I think that I may know a little bit more about these vehicles than many.
Regarding the statement of shortage of coupe bodies in '68. There was an overwhelming, and unexpected demand for Road Runners right from it's introduction. I was told by a Chrysler worker, that in order to fill those orders, Plymouth had to use the Satellite bodies. I interpret this as a shortage of coupe bodies since they could not fill the orders for the coupes. This "shortage" never amounted to be much of a problem as Plymouth was able to fill demand and offer a more "up-scale" product at the same time.
Tinker has a couple of facts incorrect in his opening paragraph. 383s did not use 440 cranks (Main journals are not the same size). The low block 383s were called Magnums because they used the same cam and cylinder heads as the 440 Magnum. Power brakes were not standard but optional. the radio was a standard option and not "special" order.
Weight may have been considered when the Belvedere bodies were chosen for the Road Runner platform but the real reason was, it was cheap! Buckets were not available in beepers in '68 but I know for a fact that you could get buckets in a 1969 bird. I have a '69 in my possesion right now and it has the original bucket seats!

Now, rammed 88, there is no roll bar or tubing of any type hidden in the b-pillars of any B-Body. It was not necessary for Nascar racing as those cars always had a full cage installed in them. Drag cars didn't have them either. I have no idea where this "urban myth" came from but if you can find a reference to it, I would love to see it.
WF


"Urban Myth" ??? I don't know for sure ... what I know was I had a friend back in 1980 who claimed he has wrecked out a post/coupe model like the one we are discussing here... He told me and claimed that the one he disassembled had a factory hidden solid roll bar which was between a quarter and fifty cent piece in diameter... sorry I did believe him... no reason not to untilthis discussion... he probably was blowing smoke...

One thing for sure reguardless I was definately not foolish enough to destroy my perfect factory headliner in a 69 RR #'s matching Tor-Red car or risk damagiong parts of the post to check for the rollbar... also the only other Coupe version I knew of was a friends 68 Dodge Super Bee,... all the other B-bodies in my area were Hardtops...

I did assume the roll bar theroy made possible sense for NHRA drag racing for stock bracket racing class, (possible safety/chassis stiffing factor) my thinking...being

simular to the Nascar ruel a minimum of 500 units released to public prior to a car configuired like it was allowed to be raced..

Walter is also right here I too was going to correct on the 440 Crank Issue....

383 Magnums only differed from standard 383 by the larger valved heads and more radical camshaft profile.... it had nothing to do with the crank... also a different carb # was used due to richer jetting in some cases

also right on the radio was standard equipment the special order option to make the car radioless was called "Radio delete" in which a blankout plate was installed instead of the radio from the factory.... this could be found notated as a special # designation on the factory window invoice and also is founf in the info on build sheets in the cars ...

b-bodys had a build sheet under the drivers seat and a second under the rear seat as well...

also right is 68's not available with buckets... 69 was first year available for RR too..

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Posted by darkwanderer on Friday, February 18, 2005 10:43 AM
QUOTE: Originally posted by Walter Frey

I wonder if Chrysler would be willing to pay Warner Bros. the royalties in order to use the Road Runner name and likeness? Besides, the cable company that now uses the Road Runner name probably would not want to share it. I would expect to see the Super Bee name resurrected long before you ever see another Road Runner. But then again, you never know.
WF


You've made a very good point here Walter. The Super Bee would probably show up long before the Road Runner because it's Dodge. Pure and simple.
As to the Road Runner. The cable company might be using the RR for it's symbol, but Warner still owns it. It would be their decision as to who gets to use it. After all the cable company only has permission to use it, not ownership of the logo.

Heard a rumor of a "New" Chrysler "Hemi 'Cuda" recently. Anyone else hear of it?
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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 1, 2005 5:58 AM
QUOTE: Heard a rumor of a "New" Chrysler "Hemi 'Cuda" recently. Anyone else hear of it?



Chrysler has done very well with it's "retro" cars. There is a definate market for this stuff and I see other mfgs jumping on the band wagon.

I would be more suprised if they wern't looking at newer versons of their origional muscle cars, high impact colors and all...


I for one would love to see a new Hemi Cuda. But in my heart t would still be an imposter, as shadow of the real thing...

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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 1, 2005 5:41 PM
The E-Bodies of the '70s will remain classics no matter what Chrysler builds in the future. The 3rd gen, Hemi is an awesome engine and the cars (Magnum, 300c, and Charger) are, and will continue to be very impressive, heck, a fully loaded 300C will trounce a '04 GTO any day of the week.
I only wish that they were more affordable. 35K and up for a modern muscle car is way out of the reach of most of the young people that might really desire one. One can only hope that Chrysler might take a page from their own history and come up with a Road Runner (read: budget) like version of the Charger?
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Posted by BigTallDad on Friday, March 4, 2005 7:49 PM
OK, time out. Let's just answer the question about rubber floor mats & bench seat and setlle the other aspects elsewhere

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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, March 4, 2005 8:18 PM
QUOTE: Originally posted by BigTallDad

OK, time out. Let's just answer the question about rubber floor mats & bench seat and setlle the other aspects elsewhere


We were talking about rubber mats and bench seats?ConfusedDunce

Ray

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