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Mopar Show, with a Connection

November 1, 2005
By Scott Lewis

I attended a small, local Mopar Car Show here in San Antonio. This show had a connection, and I don't mean a Direct Connection. (Does anyone besides me get that?) The connection is that the president of my company had his 1967 Coronet R/T at the show.

Rather than blab on for a few paragraphs I thought I would just show you the pictures and put short (yea, right) captions with them.

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Here is a row of Mopars. The blue R/T (3rd on the left) is the boss' car. The Boss's car. A numbers matching original R/T with a 440 and a 4 speed.
 
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I used to have one of these. 73 Road Runner GTX with a 440. I think this sweet 69 Coronet R/T Convertible showed up my boss.
 
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A row of E-Bodies A really liked this one. It had a fender emblem that simple said "V8".
 
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Love "billboard" graphics. Wow! I love it!
 
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Looks like just another car in a parking lot. Yea, right! What Mopar show would be complete without a Charger.
 
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Old Hemi! New Hemi!
Notice the old Six-Pack air cleaner.
 
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You gotta love Mopar colors... like these!
 
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A new generation of Mopar lovers! This one looked good enough to drive home.
 
 
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This should be a great sleeper. I would love it for a daily driver. Another shot of my boss's car.
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