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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by COPO, Dec 18, 2020.
very nice story wish the old days would come back.
Funny how people compared stock to stock, these days if your car is stock, you’re already at a disadvantage
That was well worth the time to watch it. Thank You, Mark, for passing this on. Love it!
Saw the link on several other sites and finally watched it last night. Really great story and very well produced. I hope the family never gets to the point where they have to sell it. Its real value is the memories it has in that family. The next guy would just look at it as a 1 of 1 Hemi Challenger. Not sure what the insurance costs on that thing would be to insure it for its real value. Godfrey RIP. You did good man.
Wow, very cool story. thanks for sharing this COPO.
So what was it??? Why where these cars (Cuda/Challeger) not liked in those days compared to Mustang and Camaro? Their value and rarity is simply in the numbers...the Cuda was a nice car!
I lived in a GM city and we had all brands of cars cruising the streets in the late 60’s and early 70’s.
I always thought the 70 Challenger/Cuda were cool.
The 70 Challenger had it's own movie, it must have been somewhat popular
^^ Production numbers and sales says they were not as popular as Chevy and Ford. Took people 40 years to like them, now they have models that sell for millions of dollars. Anyone know of a 70 GM or Ford that ran across an auction block for that kind of money?